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Entries for April 2007

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Pioneering Innovative Techniques in Limb-Sparing Surgery, Radiofrequency Ablation & Cryosurgery

Division of Skin and Sarcoma at the Cancer Center of Hackensack University Medical Center is pioneering innovative techniques in limb-sparing surgery, radiofrequency ablation and cryosurgery.

95 percent of patients with an orthopedic malignancy do not need to lose a leg or arm to cancer or a benign tumor

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