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The work of the Bone Cancer Research Trust is so valuable, especially to me. If I had not gone to get my lump checked after reading their website then there is a high chance that I wouldn’t be here todayLauren, who was diagnosed with Spindle Cell Sarcoma of the Bone aged 29.
The UK’s first dedicated amputation resources are being developed for primary bone cancer patients by the Bone Cancer Research Trust
As part of our 5-year strategy, The Biggest Ever Commitment to Primary Bone Cancer, The…
International Ewing Sarcoma Symposium - a showcase of current & future research
Marking 100 years since American pathologist James Ewing first described Ewing sarcoma,…
Bone Cancer Research Trust launch 2020 Patient Survey report and set 1 month aim for diagnosis
The Bone Cancer Research Trust are today launching the 2020 Patient Survey report, the…
Bone Cancer Research Trust holds it's first ever international Ewing Sarcoma Symposium
2019 marks 100 years since Ewing sarcoma was established as a distinct type of cancer…