Bone & Soft Tissue Sarcoma Program at Hoag

Sarcoma is a family of cancers that develops from connective tissue. There are over 70 subtypes of sarcoma. The origin of these cancers can be from bone, muscle, cartilage, fat, or other connective tissue. For this reason, sarcoma can occur anywhere in the body; however, it most commonly develops in the extremities and to a lesser extent, in the retroperitoneum and pelvis. Bone and soft tissue sarcoma are rare cancers that can occur in both men and women, as well as people of all ages, from children to the elderly. According to American Cancer Society, roughly 12,000 new sarcomas will be diagnosed in the U.S. in 2015.

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Why Choose Hoag for your Sarcoma Care?

  • Patient-Centered Care – We understand that a diagnosis of sarcoma can be hard to manage, emotionally, physically and financially. Hoag Family Cancer Institute offers comprehensive support services centered around the patient and their families. From one-on-one counseling, to educational and mind, body spirit workshops, Hoag Oncology Support Services‚Äč supports the whole person, and can link you to numerous resources for other types of support.
  • Conveniently Located - Hoag's Sarcoma Program is offered in Orange County at both the Patty & George Hoag Cancer Center in Newport Beach and Hoag Cancer Center Irvine.
  • Physical Therapy and Occupational Therapy - Through Hoag Orthopedic Institute, dedicated physical and occupational therapists assist in the rapid recovery of our patients following surgery, including ongoing therapy after discharge through Hoag Rehabilitation Services.

For more information on the Hoag Sarcoma Program, or to contact the Hoag Sarcoma Program Clinic, please call 877-427-8208.