Kelvin Lau Tsz-ho (left) with his Hong Kong beach volleyball partner Wong Pui-lam in April last year after chemotherapy and surgery for leukaemia. Photo: Antony Dickson Kelvin Lau Tsz-ho (left) with his Hong Kong beach volleyball partner Wong Pui-lam in April last year after chemotherapy and surgery for leukaemia. Photo: Antony Dickson
Kelvin Lau Tsz-ho (left) with his Hong Kong beach volleyball partner Wong Pui-lam in April last year after chemotherapy and surgery for leukaemia. Photo: Antony Dickson

Cancer returns for Hong Kong athlete Kelvin Lau as he tries to raise US$77,000 for medical costs

  • The beach volleyball player underwent a bone-marrow transplant in February 2019, along with eight months of chemotherapy
  • The 25-year-old was first diagnosed during the 2018 Asian Games in Indonesia, when he was forced to return home because he felt unwell

Topic |   Hong Kong Sports Institute
Kelvin Lau Tsz-ho (left) with his Hong Kong beach volleyball partner Wong Pui-lam in April last year after chemotherapy and surgery for leukaemia. Photo: Antony Dickson Kelvin Lau Tsz-ho (left) with his Hong Kong beach volleyball partner Wong Pui-lam in April last year after chemotherapy and surgery for leukaemia. Photo: Antony Dickson
Kelvin Lau Tsz-ho (left) with his Hong Kong beach volleyball partner Wong Pui-lam in April last year after chemotherapy and surgery for leukaemia. Photo: Antony Dickson
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