Holly has been involved with the Bone Cancer Research Trust since 2010. Holly said: "I think BCRT is a very important charity to be supporting. More research needs to be done into primary bone cancer, so less people are affected by this terrible disease". We're thrilled to have Holly as a Team Bones Ambassador!
We are proud to have 2011 Cheltenham Cup Winner, Sam Waley-Cohen as one of our charity Ambassadors. He has personal experience of primary bone cancer, as sadly, his brother, Tom, died at the age of 20 after a 10 year battle with Ewing sarcoma. Sam said: “I am truly honoured to be supporting the Bone Cancer Research Trust. The charity has achieved so much in ten years, and I hope I can help raise awareness and support for such a great cause.
Laurence Whiteley MBE
We're delighted to have Olympic gold medallist Laurence Whiteley MBE as one of our charity ambassadors. Laurence was diagnosed with osteosarcoma at the age of 14 and underwent limb salvage surgery. He initially took up swimming as part of his rehabilitation before discovering rowing. Laurence said: "I first heard about you through my own experience and since then you've been one of my go to charities. There are several important aspects of your work to me that stand out. The most obvious being trying to beat bone cancer. After that I would say, raising awareness about bone cancer and the different types, giving people advice and helping them through it, and fundraising."
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