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An Osteosarcoma survivor tells his amazing story for the Virginia Cancer Specialists annual Sarcoma Survivor's Event.

Virginia Cancer Specialists Practice Blog

October 15, 2018
Virginia Cancer Specialists » VCS Practice News » Treatments and Services » VCS Practice News » Musculoskeletal Tumor Surgery » An Osteosarcoma survivor tells his amazing story for the Virginia Cancer Specialists annual Sarcoma Survivor’s Event.

Sebastian is an inspiring teenager. He lost his foot and ankle to osteosarcoma but he never lost his love for life and or sports. Listen to him telling his own story at the recent VCS Sarcoma Survivor event.

Felasfa M. Wodajo, M.D.  Musculoskeletal Tumor Surgeon

Sebastian Bonaiuto Osteosarcoma survivor

I’ve learned not to take things for granted… and try to find the positive in everything.