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Sarcoma Care

Sarcoma is a family of cancers that form in the soft tissues and in bone.

These diseases are rare. Doctors diagnose only about 12,000 people with sarcoma each year in the United States.

At UPMC Hillman Cancer Center, we're experts in the treatment of sarcoma.

Our team addresses the many aspects of the sarcoma family of cancers in a coordinated way.

Together we tailor complete, compassionate care to meet your needs at every stage of your sarcoma treatment.

Why Choose UPMC for Sarcoma Care?

Contact Us About Sarcoma Care

To learn more about sarcoma care or to make an appointment, you can:

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Types of Sarcoma

Sarcomas can affect muscle, fat, nerves, tendons, bones, and joints as well as the vessels of the circulatory and lymph systems.

Read about the types of sarcoma.
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Sarcoma Treatment Program

Sarcoma Specialty Care at UPMC Hillman Cancer Center brings together experts in oncology, radiology, pathology and orthopaedic surgery.

Learn more about our Sarcoma Treatment Program.
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Treatments for Sarcoma

There are many treatment options for sarcoma, including medical oncology, radiation, and surgery.

Read more about treatment options.
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Understanding the Different Types of Bone Cancer

Three of the most common types of primary bone cancer are osteosarcoma, Ewing’s sarcoma, and chondrosarcoma.

Learn more from UPMC HealthBeat.