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Sarcoma survivorship clinic addresses late effects of cancer treatment

Wednesday, October 1, 2014 - 15:45

The majority of patients diagnosed with sarcoma will be cured of their disease and live cancer-free. But as they age, these patients are at risk of developing another medical condition related to their sarcoma treatment.A new clinic opening this week at the University of Michigan Health System aims to help adults who were treated for sarcoma, a cancer of the bone and connective tissue.


New Patients:
Please call 888-287-1082 (Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm EST) to get the process started.
Current Patients:
Please call 734-936-5285 to schedule a return visit.
Referring Physicians:

Sarcoma Survivorship

Drs. Baker and Leja
Laurence Baker, D.O., program director, with Monika Leja, M.D., the program's cardio-oncologist, outside the Frankel Cardiovascular Center

Addressing the health care needs of sarcoma cancer survivors no longer in active treatment


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