Tanya and Eddie Bosch are cycling more than 1,700km across NSW to mark the 20th anniversary of their son’s death from acute lymphoblastic leukaemia.
Tanya Bosch lost her son, Matthew, to acute lymphoblastic leukaemia almost 20 years ago.
To remember Matt and mark the 20th anniversary of his death, Tanya and her husband Eddie are cycling the NSW leg of the Bicentennial National Trail – a gruelling 1,763km – to raise funds for Children’s Cancer Institute. They will start in Tom Groggin, near the VIC/NSW border, and finish in Killarney, near the NSW/QLD border.
Tanya’s story is a testament to the critical importance of dedicated medical research into childhood cancer.