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Medical Innovation Provides Hope to Pediatric Sarcoma Patients

 Today’s post was written by Bert E. Thomas IV, PhD, MBA, CEO of the Sarcoma Foundation of America. As I write this blog, we find ourselves in the midst of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, a time to educate the public about the realities of childhood cancer and to draw attention to… Read More

A Letter to Vice President Biden

Today’s post comes to us from Brendan Locke.  Brendan’s wife Melissa was diagnosed with sarcoma in January 2016.  Since that time, her disease has been at the forefront of their lives. As you might imagine, Brendan has made it his mission to see that she receives the best treatment possible.  He has also made… Read More

Meet the Researcher – Brian A. Van Tine, MD, PhD

Brian A. Van Tine, MD, PhD Assistant Professor of Medicine, Sarcoma Program Director, Washington University in St. Louis 2013 Sarcoma Foundation of America Research Grant Recipient: “A Metabolomic Approach to Targeting ASS1 Deficient Sarcomas” 2014 Sarcoma Foundation of America Research Grant Recipient: “Targeting the Pentose Phosphate Pathway for the Treatment of… Read More

Life — The Adventure

By guest blogger, Jamie Schou In January 2012, after experiencing some soreness in my ribs, I went to my chiropractor for an adjustment.  He was working on my back when he noticed a large mass.  After an unsuccessful surgery at a local hospital – the surgeon thought the mass was… Read More

Beating Sarcoma to the Finish Line

SFA is honored to announce that, Marissa Friedman, a sarcoma survivor, runner, and Sarcoma Foundation of America (SFA) volunteer, kicked off the SFA’s inaugural year participating in the San Francisco Marathon on, June 16, 2013. In May 2012, at 27 years old, Marissa was diagnosed with synovial sarcoma which is… Read More

Welcome to our new blog!

The Sarcoma Foundation of America (SFA) is always looking for new ways to bring attention to sarcoma, and the next step in our efforts to educate the world about this little known cancer is through our new blog.  We hope that this will become a place to share inspirational stories,… Read More

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