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The University of Kansas Cancer Center provides a complete treatment, care and follow-up program for patients with bone and soft tissue tumors and tumor-like conditions. Through our National Cancer Institute designation, we offer a full array of clinical trials, providing hopeful treatment options not available elsewhere.
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10730 Nall Ave., Suite 201
Overland Park, KS 66211
The Sarcoma Center brings together the region’s premier multidisciplinary sarcoma team to treat these uncommon and aggressive tumors and benign, soft-tissue diseases. Specialists from adult and pediatric medical, radiation and surgical oncology, pathology, orthopedics and cancer rehabilitation work together to provide the most accurate diagnosis and individualized treatment plans.
Nationally renowned surgeon Howard G. Rosenthal, MD, leads the team with more than 20 years’ experience restoring health, function and quality of life to sarcoma patients. His expertise in orthopedic oncology and metabolic bone diseases is unmatched in the region.
Nurse practitioner Kim Haynes, RN, has dedicated more than 20 years to musculoskeletal oncology. Her focus is in patient education and care before treatment and during recovery.
Nurse coordinator Tracy Slimmer, RN, assists in patient care and education and is the liaison between the surgical and medical oncology teams. She also assists patients undergoing chemotherapy.
Exit I-435 at Nall Avenue. North to 107th Street. West on 107th Street to the first entrance on the left. At the stop sign, turn left and take the second right after the speed bump to the second building on the right.
Clinical trials can give you access to potentially effective new drugs, therapies and diagnostic tools in research.
Let us match you to an open trial. Contact our clinical trials nurse navigator, 913-945-7552.
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