When Owen and Emily Scrivens took a picture of their 1-year-old song, Jaxson, what they saw signaled an internal alarm.
Using the camera on his cellphone, Owen had taken a photo of Jaxson using the flash. When he looked at the picture, he noticed that one of Jaxson's eyes had red-eye, while the other seemed to be glowing.
The parents decided to do some research online and found out that camera flashes have been known to detect potential retinoblastoma, a cancerous tumor in the retina that affects children. The flash highlights a tumor that isn't noticeable otherwise.
Continue reading to see how Jackson is dealing now!