ALERT: COVID19 Update: For your safety, you will be asked to use a mask, if you do not have one, a mask will be provided. If a person presents with a temperature, you will be asked to return home and further instructions will be given by your health care team. For our patient’s protection, no visitors under 18 will be allowed in the offices, there is a limit one (1) visitor per patient if necessary. No visitors are allowed in the chemo infusion room. Telemedicine visits are available for routine office visits.

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Sarcoma Awareness Month July 2019

Virginia Cancer Specialists Practice Blog

July 30, 2019
Each year in July, we pause to remember the toll of sarcoma on patients and families.
 
We also recognize and applaud the hopeful signs in future treatments being developed. I am proud of the team we have assembled at Virginia Cancer Specialists that provides cutting edge therapies to patients with sarcoma, while considering the whole person and family. We are doing better every year. We thank you for your trust. Felasfa M Wodajo, MD, Virginia Cancer Specialists. Learn More Here: https://virginiacancerspecialists.com/treatment/musculoskeletal-tumor-surgery/

The Research Institute