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Orthopaedic Cancer

MedStar Health Cancer Network Orthopedic Oncologists

Orthopedic Oncologists—Experts in Bone and Soft Tissue Tumors

The expert orthopedic oncologists at MedStar Health Cancer Network specialize in the treatment of cancer of the bone and soft tissue of the musculoskeletal system, including cancer that has spread to the bones from another part of the body. Our team of experts uses advanced medical techniques to accurately diagnose orthopedic cancers, eliminating disease while preserving your ability to function normally. Our mission is your full recovery and return to a cancer-free life.

The orthopedic cancer team at MedStar Health - including orthopedic oncology surgeons, medical oncologists, pathologists, radiation oncologists and specialized nurses and physician assistants - delivers the newest and most promising treatments and innovations. Working as an integrated team, our medical and surgical experts collaborate to develop plans that are individually designed for each patient who suffers any kind of musculoskeletal tumor.

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Are you struggling with a new bone cancer diagnosis? Need a second opinion or more advanced care? We're ready to fight for you. Please call us.

443-777-BONE

 

 

Our Locations

Orthopedic Cancer at MedStar Franklin Square Medical Center
The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Cancer Institute
The National Center for Bone and Soft Tissue Tumors
9103 Franklin Square Dr., Ste. 2200
Baltimore, MD 21237

New Hope for Musculoskeletal Tumors

Patients from all over the United States and the world seek the physicians at MedStar Health for their expertise in complex orthopaedic tumor surgery. Our experts provide new hope for recovery with less extreme impact to the healthy structures of the body.

It is a common misconception that, once cancer has appeared in or spread to the bones, there's little that can be done. In truth, with the advanced radiation, surgery and systemic therapies provided by the MedStar Health Cancer Network, patients with orthopedic cancers can recover and lead a pain-free life. Because we treat such a high volume and variety of patients, we understand the tremendous variation in cancer diagnosis.

Amputation was once a common solution for orthopedic cancer. Even now, less advanced centers still opt to remove limbs or parts of limbs. We use the latest and most innovative methods - including methods our surgeons have pioneered - to treat your cancer in the least invasive manner possible. Our limb-salvage rate is 98 percent, giving our patients a better chance at a return to normal function following a musculoskeletal tumor.

We also provide access for patients to receive the newest, most advanced surgical procedures by participating in orthopedic oncology research trials.