Video: UW Carbone Cancer Center patient Caylee Blosenski's story
Watch Caylee Blosenski's story and join us for the UW Carbone Cancer Center Race for Research on Saturday, June 4.
At 10 years old, Caylee Blosenski was diagnosed with bone cancer, or osteosarcoma, and spent nine months in the UW Children’s Hospital Carbone Cancer Center.
In 2017, Caylee finished chemotherapy and despite losing part of her leg, she was doing back handsprings a month after the amputation. Now 15 years old, Caylee's passion for gymnastics and acting continues. She's one of the stars of the latest version of “Cheaper by the Dozen,” which premiered on Disney+ in 2022.
Team up with us on Saturday, June 4, during UW Carbone Cancer Center's Race for Research, a 5K run/walk to benefit adult and pediatric cancer research. This event is part of the American Family Insurance Championship week of activities, all which raise money for the American Family Children’s Hospital and other local charities.
See Caylee's story below, and learn more and register for the race at https://https://www.carbonesrace.org/