Editorial by Bruce Shriver, PhD
CTOS Op Ed: Drs. Letson and Wilson discuss recent trends in the FDA approval process for low-volume prostheses.
Dr. Steven Rosenberg, Chief of Surgery at the National Cancer Institute, calls for synovial cell sarcoma participants. Frank Burroughs, President of the Abigail Alliance, writes about the progress and state of the Abigail Alliance.
Elizabeth Goldstein-Rice reviews the role and necessity of expert second opinions in sarcoma diagnosis and treatment.
Elizabeth Goldstein-Rice explains the role of sarcoma centers and specialists in the treatment of sarcoma.
Dr. Paul Meyers offers advice for parents of children with sarcoma.
Mimi Olsson and Mary Sorens provide information and helpful hints about managing the side effects of treatment.
Improving the Patient Experience: the UK Takes Specialist Centres Seriously
Roger Wilson describes why and how the shape of the service which delivers sarcoma treatment in the UK is rapidly changing.
Complex Issues of Communication in the Context of Cancer Care
From a Nurses Perspective: Marianne Griffin, RN, BA discusses why sensitive communication and support must be tailored to each individual's needs.