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Washington Musculoskeletal Tumor Center

The scapula is a relatively uncommon site for primary bone sarcomas. Tumors arising from the scapula are often initially contained by the rotator cuff muscles that protect pertinent adjacent muscles as well as the brachial plexus and axillary blood vessels. 216 more words

Malignant Tumors - Sarcoma

Malignant tumors arising from the skeletal system are rare, representing just 0.001% of all new cancers. Only 400 to 600 new primary bone sarcomas are diagnosed annually in the United States. 248 more words

Dr. Martin Malawer, MD - Soft Tissue Sarcomas

Dr. Malawer is a respected Surgeon, Consultant, Professor & Author. Dr Malawer is a leader in limb-sparing surgery who has pioneered many surgical techniques in use at this and other cancer centers throughout the world. 333 more words

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And just in time I have gotten some great news from Emory–they have the link set up to give! Just to let you know a bit more about what you are giving to I also have a summary of the literature review. 380 more words

New Chapter

11 months

Sunday┬ámarked 11 months since my surgery–hard to believe it’s been that long. Sometimes it seems like yesterday and other times it seems like a distant memory. 405 more words

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Sarcomas - Bone Tumors, Cryosurgery And Soft Tissue Sarcomas

A bone tumor, (also spelled bone tumour), is a neoplastic growth of tissue in bone. Abnormal growths found in the bone can be either benign (noncancerous) or malignant (cancerous). 382 more words

Take That Tumor

I have struggled to make meaning of the events of the past year. At this time last year I was training for my first Ironman race which was to be Ironman Florida on November 2, 2013. 593 more words

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