Management of Soft Tissue Sarcoma

Treatment for soft tissue sarcomas may be either local or systemic. Local treatments remove, destroy, or control the cancer cells in one certain area. Systemic treatments are used to destroy or control cancer cells throughout the whole body. You may have just one treatment or a combination of treatments.

Children With Bone Cancer Are
In Good Hands

Dr. Kenan is an orthopedic surgeon who specializes in pediatric bone cancers and is part of a new initiative at Cohen Children's Hospital of New York to expand services for young people with bone cancer. He is well known for his limb-sparing surgeries and for his bedside manner.

Surgical Management of
Skeletal Metastatic Disease

Bone metastases are the most destructive lesions in adult patients. The development of bone metastasis indicates that a cure is unlikely and the management of symptoms becomes the focus of treatment.

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Limb Sparing Surgery in Children with Malignant Bone Tumors Around the Knee Joint: The Biological Solution

Over the last two decades remarkable progress have been made in the medical management of patients with malignant bone tumors especially osteosarcoma and Ewing sarcoma. Advances in molecular biology have resulted in more accurate diagnoses, allowing for a better understanding of the molecular and cell biology behavior of these tumors. Read More »

Children with Bone Cancer are in Good Hands:
Sparing Limbs, Saving Lives


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Orthopaedic Advances

Orthopaedic surgeon Samuel Kenan, MD becomes a fixer with a mission: to spare the limbs of pediatric oncology patients.

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