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The Center for Sarcoma and Bone Oncology at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute — one of the largest and most respected sarcoma programs in the world — is leading critical efforts toward understanding the specific genetic changes that cause sarcomas. New findings inform the design of innovative diagnostic techniques and treatments. Our recent investigations — of unprecedented depth and scope — aim to increase treatment efficacy through research into resistance mechanisms and novel therapeutics.
Diseases for which we conduct clinical trials include:
Read about our research for angiosarcomas.
Read about our research for Ewing's sarcoma.
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Read about our research for leiomyosarcoma and deconstructing heterogeneity in leiomyosarcoma.
Read about our research for liposarcoma.
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Read about our research for TGCT.
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