Sarcoma

UW Medicine's sarcoma program brings together nationally recognized healthcare professionals with extensive clinical knowledge and surgical expertise. Our multidisciplinary team offers personalized treatment plans based on the type and stage of disease, each patient's genetics, life circumstances and other factors unique to the individual.

Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center researchers are discovering news ways to treat and detect Kaposi sarcoma and other infection-related cancers.  Their focus is on identifying infectious diseases that cause cancer and developing new ways to prevent and cure these diseases.

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Highlights

Open Clinical Trials

Sarcoma is often challenging to treat because there are hundreds of rare subtypes. Our Sarcoma program offers a variety of clinical trials to help treat a wide range of diseases.

Immunotherapy for Sarcoma

Dr. Seth Pollack is using a patient's own white blood cells to fight cancer in his clinical trial of Adoptive Cell Therapy.

Sarcoma survivor, Warren Bailey, shows his determination

Watch an inspiring video where SCCA sarcoma survivor Warren Bailey shows how his determination to battle the disease lead to a successful recovery and a return to his favorite sport, racquetball, where he is now ranked 5th in the world.