The Bob Champion Cancer Trust
How it all began
After Bob Champion and
Aldaniti won the 1981 Grand National, "racing's greatest fairytale" led
to the foundation in 1983 of The Bob Champion Cancer Trust.
The Bob Champion Cancer Trust supports and raises funds for the Bob Champion Cancer Research Laboratory,
World leading medical research and education building to be named after Bob Champion
A £19 million medical research centre is to be named after former Grand National winning jockey Bob Champion MBE. The Bob Champion Cancer Trust is the project's biggest charitable donor. Read more...
Supporting the work of Professor Ros Eeles
The ICR are grateful to the Trustees of The Bob Champion Cancer Trust for their long-term support of male cancer research at The Institute of Cancer Research (ICR) and most recently, a pledge to support the work of Professor Ros Eeles. Read more...
Research report Colin Cooper
Professor Colin Cooper and his laboratory have been responsible for identifying cancer genes involved in the development of sarcomas, kidney cancer and, bladder cancer. Read more...