Welcome to the Bone Cancer Research Trust
Take on a 10 for 10 challenge for our 10th birthday!
We have made some incredible achievements over the last 10 years and are looking forward to what new ground breaking discoveries the future holds.Read more
Living with, and beyond, primary bone cancer
The Bone Cancer Research Trust has published one of the first major research studies into the experiences of patients with primary bone cancer: Living with, and beyond, primary bone…Read more
Bone Cancer Research Trust project wins prestigious award
A project investigating perceptions about participation in clinical trials wins the RCNi Excellence in Cancer Research Award.Read more
Strictly Research Grants awarded
We're delighted to announce the four recipients of our Strictly Research grants! The projects will be funded by the Bone Cancer Research Trust, with the winning project receiving additional…Read more
Fundraising events & challenges
There is wide range of fundraising events & challenges happening throughout the year. From running, cycling and swimming, to something more adventurous like sky diving.All events & challenges
Visit the BCRT shop
In our new online shop you can browse and buy our fantastic range of products ranging from hoodies to pens. Whether you're looking for sports wear for your latest challenge or bunting for a cake sale you can find everything you need here.Shop Now
Read patient stories
I didn't know you could get cancer in the bone. You've got breast cancer, and all these different cancers, but you never hear about them in a bone.Coleen, who was diagnosed with Osteosarcoma at 14 years old.
New clinical trial open for osteosarcoma patients
The 'Eisai Hope Lenvatinib’ Clinical Trial is now open for osteosarcoma patients
Research project shortlisted
We are delighted to share the news that Living With, and Beyond, Primary Bone Cancer…
Osteosarcoma: the world's oldest known cancer?
Bone cancer has hit the headlines with the discovery of the earliest evidence of cancer…
Giving STEM cells a good (nano)kicking
Last month, our Biobank Facilitator Zoe Davison had a very busy week with our research…