The orthopedic cancer and transplant program at Rush University Medical Center is a nationally recognized leader in diagnosing and treating all types of bone and soft tissue cancers.
Our clinical staff of surgeons, oncologists, radiation oncologists, nurses, physical therapists, psychologists and other caregivers works as a multidisciplinary team to care for each patient.
- Diagnosis: Physicians at Rush use the most advanced methods of imaging, biopsy and analysis to determine each patient's condition.
- Treatment: We use all tools available — including complex surgical reconstructive techniques and advanced technology as well as substantial emotional support — to provide the best possible care.
- Clinical Trials: Physicians at Rush are active researchers focused on bringing the latest advances in health care directly to their patients through clinical research trials.
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