Multidisciplinary Sarcoma Clinic
The Multidisciplinary Sarcoma Clinic
offers a collaborative approach in treating soft tissue and bone sarcomas.
The physicians who staff the Sarcoma Clinic offer a comprehensive range of expertise with specialty training in medical oncology,
orthopedic oncology, surgical oncology, radiation oncology, tumor imaging and pathology of bone and soft tissue sarcomas. They also
interface with physicians in otolaryngology, neurosurgery, thoracic surgery, cardiovascular surgery and urology for the optimal treatment
of patients with sarcoma.
After each new patient is seen, the case is presented at the Tumor Board, which involves the collaborative effort of multiple medical
specialties and allows expert opinion and recommendations based on the most recent research findings. Once your physicians know the type
of sarcoma, the location of the primary tumor and if there are any metastatic tumors in the body, all the physicians who are involved in
the discussion of your case can come up with a plan for treatment, which may include surgery, radiation, chemotherapy, or a combination
of some or all of these treatments.
Children and young adults diagnosed with sarcoma receive treatment at C. S. Mott Children's Hospital in the
Solid Tumor Oncology Program.
Since our program is part of the U-M Comprehensive Cancer Center, our patients have access to
Patient/Family Support Services
. To fully understand what this means, please take time to visit the For Cancer Center Patients area
website. We outline the services available to our patients at every point in their care.
The nurses at Cancer AnswerLine™
have answers. Call 1-800-865-1125 and you'll get a personal response from one of our registered nurses,
who have years of experience in caring for people with cancer.
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