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Welcome to the Sarcoma Program at BMC. Our expert, multidisciplinary program treats all types of sarcomas, which cancer cells grow in tissues like bone, muscle, tendons, blood vessels, and other tissues that connect or support parts of your body.
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Conditions We Treat
Medical Oncology Team
Adam Lerner, MD
Chronic lymphocytic leukemia, lymphoid malignancies, sarcoma, breast cancer, and cAMP signaling
Lisa M Keller, APRN
Surgical Oncology Team
Michael R Cassidy, MD
Breast cancer, melanoma, soft tissue sarcoma
Teviah E Sachs, MD, MPH
Surgical oncology; Liver, pancreas, and biliary cancers; Stomach cancer; Sarcoma; Melanoma
Radiation Oncology Team
Kimberley S Mak, MD, MPH
Thoracic, gastrointestinal, breast, and musculoskeletal malignancies, Cyberknife® radiosurgery, radiotherapy
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