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Post by Guest on 19.10.13 16:57

Just looking at yesterday's frontpage of Daily Star again and seeing Madeleine's photo bottom right, I was reminded of some discussion years ago. In this photo she has a clear WHITE spot on her left pupil. Normally a flashed photo shows a RED spot [if any]. I seems that a white spot in a photo may indicate a very serious disease: Retinablastoma or eye cancer :
http://cancer.about.com/od/symptomsofcancer/a/eye_cancer_symptoms.htm



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Post by bristow on 19.10.13 16:59

Châtelaine wrote:Just looking at yesterday's frontpage of Daily Star again and seeing Madeleine's photo bottom right, I was reminded of some discussion years ago. In this photo she has a clear WHITE spot on her left pupil. Normally a flashed photo shows a RED spot [if any]. I seems that a white spot in a photo may indicate a very serious disease: Retinablastoma or eye cancer :
http://cancer.about.com/od/symptomsofcancer/a/eye_cancer_symptoms.htm


This has crossed my mind a number of times Chatelaine.

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Post by annemab on 19.10.13 20:08

I hadn't seen the white spot in her eye before, but you're right, that is how retinoblastoma usually presents.

It had crossed my mind that she might have been dying of a childhood cancer and perhaps the death was euthanasia and perhaps they were relieved that her suffering was over, hence the pre-planning and strange reactions. In my opinion.

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Post by Jaci on 19.10.13 21:06

Châtelaine wrote:Just looking at yesterday's frontpage of Daily Star again and seeing Madeleine's photo bottom right, I was reminded of some discussion years ago. In this photo she has a clear WHITE spot on her left pupil. Normally a flashed photo shows a RED spot [if any]. I seems that a white spot in a photo may indicate a very serious disease: Retinablastoma or eye cancer :
http://cancer.about.com/od/symptomsofcancer/a/eye_cancer_symptoms.htm


Is the photo you're referring to the one of Madeleine sitting on the settee with her older cousins? I notice that Amalie also appears to have a white spot 

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Post by ultimaThule on 20.10.13 2:53

@annemab wrote:I hadn't seen the white spot in her eye before, but you're right, that is how retinoblastoma usually presents.

It had crossed my mind that she might have been dying of a childhood cancer and perhaps the death was euthanasia and perhaps they were relieved that her suffering was over, hence the pre-planning and strange reactions. In my opinion.

Sorry if we are not allowed to raise that possibility, please delete if you need to admin.
I can't imagine that Gezza would have missed out on an opportunity to treble the initial millions that poured into the limited company fund and not have to spend a penny of it searching for a terminally ill child who had most probably died shortly after her abduction - and he and his wife still would have got the see the pope, ride in Green's private jet, hire a few of their own, etc etc.

If that had been the case, he would have sought to fulfil any political ambitions he may have had by way of the sympathy vote or, at the very least, seen opportunity to feature in a Birthday or New Year honours list along with his saintly spouse.

Similarly, had any serious ailment were to have, or has, befallen either of the twins I have no doubt they'd have milked it for all it was worth we'd hear about it.

If 6 doctors can't come up with a means of hastening a suffering child's end without detection, it would be apparent they'd learned nothing in med school or thereafter.

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Post by annemab on 20.10.13 10:41

You are right, it does seem rather an elaborate plot to avoid detection, but then very little about this case makes sense!

The white spot in Amelie's eye makes me think probably not retinoblastoma though as indeed we would have heard all about it.

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Post by plebgate on 20.10.13 10:46

Seems a bit odd that the white spots only show up in the sisters' eyes in the photo?

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