Bone Cancer

At the University of Maryland Greenebaum Comprehensive Cancer Center, we provide multidisciplinary care and treat all patients with the same care, compassion and optimism as our our family. There are two types of Bone Cancer we specialize in treating.

  • Bone Sarcoma

    Bone sarcomas are rare and aggressive cancers that can occur in both children and adults. While they can originate from any bone in the body, bone sarcomas most commonly occur in the legs, pelvis and upper arm.
  • Metastatic Bone Cancer

    Metastatic bone cancer results from cancer cells, which originated in one organ, and then broke away and settling into a distant location in bone where they grow into a new tumor.