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The purpose of this information guide is to direct patients and
health care professionals to sources of information on cancer and related topics,
it does not constitute an endorsement of the information contained in the resources.
This list is not meant to be comprehensive, but rather to provide starting points for Information seeking. The materials can be found at the Patient Education Resource Center of the University of Michigan Comprehensive Cancer Center in room B1-361.
Sarcoma of Bone and Soft Tissues Information Guide
Last updated 1/10
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Caley, Beverly A.
"The New Sarcoma Story"
; Fall, 2007).
American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons
- Go to http://orthoinfo.aaos.org
- Click on: Tumors
Information on specific types of bone tumors and limb salvaging surgery.
Dr. J. Sybil Biermann, MD from the University of Michigan
Comprehensive Cancer Center is the editor of this section.
Guidance for newly diagnosed patients and information on sarcomas.
Sarcoma Foundation of America
The "Patient Resources" section has information about different types of sarcoma, a Clinical Trials Resource
Center and links to other relevant sites.
Sarcoma Information from the University of Michigan Comprehensive
American Cancer Society site detailed guides:
- All About Sarcoma - Adult Soft Tissue Cancer
- All About Bone Cancer
- All About Gastrointestinal Stromal Tumors
Go to www.cancer.org
- Click on "Choose a Cancer Topic
- Select type from the list and click "Go"
- Bone Cancer menu
- Soft tissue Sarcoma menu
Go to www.cancer.gov,
click on the link to "A to Z List of Cancers" and select from the menu.
The Life Raft Group (for GIST patients)
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your personal physician or other professional medical services.
Our aim is to promote active participation in your care and treatment
by providing information and education.
Questions about individual health concerns or specific treatment options
should be discussed with your physician.
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