Cancer survivor, Winnie Tan, was 12 when she was diagnosed with Osteosarcoma. She found a growth on her right leg that affected her running which eventually turned out to be a bone tumour. Her battle against Osteosarcoma saw her undergo surgery and 6 cycles of chemotherapy. To prevent the cancer from spreading, she went through a second surgery which caused her to lose a limb.
Now 25 years old, Winnie has been in remission since 2002. She is currently pursuing a diploma in Social Work and aspires to help other cancer patients.
Join her and other Run For Hope ambassadors and help encourage cancer patients around the world in their fight against the disease.