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Pediatric Bone Tumors

Children’s National Hospital has a team of individuals who are highly skilled and experienced in the treatment of bone tumors, including osteosarcoma and Ewing sarcoma. Children’s National patients have access to the most current therapies in treating pediatric cancer through Children’s Oncology Group’s protocols and other clinical trials. 

In addition, the Patient and Family Support Program Cancer and Blood Disorders provides comprehensive mental health and psychosocial services and helpful resources for all patients treated in the Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders, as well as patients’ parents and siblings.


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Frequently Asked Questions

What is osteogenic sarcoma?

What causes osteogenic sarcoma?

What are the symptoms of osteogenic sarcoma?

How is osteogenic sarcoma diagnosed?


Long-term outlook for a child with Ewing sarcoma or osteosarcoma

Providers Who Treat Bone Tumors

Departments that Treat Bone Tumors

Children’s National orthopaedic surgeon Sean Tabaie, M.D., cares for pediatric patient in cast.

Orthopaedic Surgery and Sports Medicine

From sprains and strains to complex congenital conditions, Children's National Hospital offers one of the most experienced pediatric orthopaedic practices in the nation, with experience in treating all areas from head to toe.

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Our oncology (cancer) team provides personalized treatment plans for children with cancer, including access to clinical trials.

Baby boy smiling in exam room

Sarcoma Surgery

Surgeons at Children's National perform biopsies, tumors removals and other procedures at a high volume, collaborating with experts in oncology, musculoskeletal radiology, pathology, radiation oncology, genetics, physical therapy and psychology. Their wealth of experience directly translates into superior skill and enables them to treat every type of tumor, even the most complex.