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Felasfa Wodajo MD, Surgeon Virginia Cancer Specialists helps a patient with a rare condition. Washington Post

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February 24, 2020
Virginia Cancer Specialists » VCS Practice News » Treatments and Services » VCS Practice News » Musculoskeletal Tumor Surgery » Felasfa Wodajo MD, Surgeon Virginia Cancer Specialists helps a patient with a rare condition. Washington Post

Great article by the Washington Post.  Our very own Felasfa Wodajo MD, Surgeon, Virginia Cancer Specialists helps a patient with a rare condition. A hard fall unmasked an unusual condition that had caused her pain for years. 

See the article here.