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Bone cancer

Bone cancer is one of the most complex and rare cancers around. Fortunately, we have a team specializing in orthopedic oncology that is dedicated to treating it.

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Bone cancer care

Bone cancer is a primary cancer that starts in one of over 200 bones in the body. It is a rare condition, but if you are diagnosed with it, our orthopedic oncology experts are on hand to provide highly specialized treatment.

Experienced specialists

Along with our pediatrics specialists, we have conducted over 700 bone marrow transplants and treated patients from 13 states.


Our team includes fellowship-trained sarcoma and musculoskeletal tumor surgeons, ensuring you get the best care possible.

End-to-end treatments

We also treat a wide range of other related conditions, including bone cysts, giant cell tumors, osteoid osteomas, and more.

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These are some of the services we provide as part of our bone cancer program.


  • Blood tests

  • Bone scans


  • Biopsies

  • Medical imaging

  • Survivorship services


  • MRI scans

  • CT scans

  • PET scans

We treat secondary and primary bone cancers.

Bone cancers are rare and are known as primary cancers because the cancer begins in the bones. It's more common for us to treat a cancer that starts elsewhere, for instance, in the breast or lungs, and then spreads to the bones — this is called a secondary or metastatic bone cancer. We treat all of the main types of primary bone cancer, including:

  • Soft tissue sarcomas
  • Myeloma
  • Lymphoma to bone or soft tissues
  • Osteosarcoma
  • Ewing sarcoma
  • Chondrosarcoma
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Experts in advanced tumor treatment

For very advanced liver tumors, we use a highly specialized technique called the ALPPS procedure, which stands for Associating Liver Partition and Portal vein Ligation for Staged Hepatectomy. ALPPS enables the removal of advanced tumors in two steps by making use of the regenerative capability of the human liver in a short period.

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