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Bone Cancer

Cancer can start in your bones (primary bone cancer) or spread to bones from other parts of your body (secondary or metastatic bone cancer). Wherever it starts, you'll need the support of people who have experience with this kind of cancer.

Diagnosing Bone Cancer

Bone cancer can be hard to see. Diagnosing the various forms of bone cancer requires advanced imaging procedures. We have the latest in radiology technology, including CT, MRI, PET and other equipment necessary for performing bone scans. 

Bone Cancer Treatment at UVA

At UVA, you'll get access to clinical trials and specialized care. Depending on the type, stage, and location of your cancer, we can offer:

Conditions We Treat
  • Giant cell tumor 
  • Chordoma