They may be more accustomed to green turf and and getting out of sand traps, but representatives from Royal Perth Golf Club embraced the chance to step into scientific surrounds on a visit to the CLCRF Research Lab.
Under the wing of tour guide Professor Ursula Kees, the golfers learned about very different challenges the researchers came up against each day as they strive to find answers to how they can help children with cancer.
It was an eye opening visit to see just what is taking place in the lab funded by CLCRF. They witnessed where and how the ‘cell lines’ taken from tumours of infants who are fighting or have survived cancer are being used to develop more effective treatment protocols for children around the world.
It was an ‘ace’ shot for the Foundation to make a great impression on the captivated audience. CLCRF has now been chosen as the 2017 beneficiary of the Royal Perth Golf Club’s annual charity day.
Thank you to the Royal Perth Golf Club for their generous support. Further details about the day will follow.