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Bone Cancer (Sarcoma)

Your Bone Cancer Care Team

The University of Kansas Cancer Center brings together the region’s premier multidisciplinary sarcoma team to treat uncommon and aggressive tumors and benign, soft-tissue diseases. Specialists from adult and pediatric medical, radiation and surgical oncology, pathology, orthopedics and cancer rehabilitation all work together to provide the most accurate diagnosis and individualized bone cancer treatment plans.

A collaborative approach

Our internationally recognized program provides innovative and highly personalized treatment options for people with sarcoma. We have a dedicated team of fellowship-trained sarcoma specialists that includes:

  • Sarcoma surgical oncologists
  • Radiation oncologists
  • Medical oncologists
  • Interventional radiologists
  • Sarcoma pathologists
  • Nurse navigators
  • Genetic counselors
  • Fertility preservation specialists

At The University of Kansas Cancer Center, we take an aggressive approach to sarcoma diagnosis and treatment. Through our personalized approach to care, you’ll receive precision cancer therapies as unique as your fingerprint. We also provide the latest evidence-based treatments that offer the best chance for success.

Nurses and care team

Nurse practitioner Kim Haynes.

Kim Haynes, RN

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 Terri Johnson.

Terri Johnson RN, CNC

Nurse coordinator Terri Johnson, RN, assists in patient care and education. She is a liaison between the surgical, medical and radiation oncology teams.

Nurse coordinator Tracy Slimmer.

Tracy Slimmer, RN

Nurse coordinator Tracy Slimmer, RN, assists in patient care and education and is the liaison between the surgical and medical oncology teams.

Start your path today.

Your journey to health starts here. Call 913-588-1227 or request an appointment at The University of Kansas Cancer Center.

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