Sarcoma Cancer is a rare disease, often misdiagnosed, often afflicting children and young adults.
The Karen Wyckoff Sarcoma Foundation is dedicated to Sarcoma Cancer research, support and education...and the fight to find a cure.

Video for cancer patients facing amputation

 

Facing Amputation Surgery: As a youth or adult

Rein in Sarcoma is pleased to offer new videos for sarcoma cancer patients both young or adult who are contemplating the need for amputation in treating your sarcoma or other cancers. The Rein in Sarcoma Foundation funded the production of these video which features the stories of sarcoma survivors, all of whom who have had amputations as apart of their sarcoma cancer treatments.

"A Whole New Life After Bone Sarcoma Surgery"

Dr. Edward Cheng of the University of Minnesota, presents moving stories of young people's nervousness, courage, and optimism before and after amputation surgery in the treatment of bone sarcoma cancer. (c) 2012 by The Regents of the University of Minnesota. Sponsored by the Karen Wyckoff Rein in Sarcoma Foundation.

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"Living Life: Cancer Patients Talk About Amputation"

Although the impact of an amputation is profound, this inspiring five-part video is a testament to the human spirit. It clearly demonstrates that the recovery process, both physically and emotionally, is transformational and leads to lives that are flourishing, productive, and joyful. Produced by Dr. Edward Cheng, with Dr. Bill Robiner and Evie Sands, and Masonic Cancer Center, University of Minnesota. Sponsored by the Karen Wyckoff Rein in Sarcoma Foundation

Living Life, Part 1

 

Part 1 of 5

"Living Life: Cancer Patients Talk About Amputation, Part 1 of 5." - Click here.

 

Living Life Part Two

 

Part 2 of 5

"Living Life: Cancer Patients Talk About Amputation, Part 2 of 5." - Click here.

 

Living Life Part 3

 

Part 3 of 5

"Living Life: Cancer Patients Talk About Amputation, Part 3 of 5." - Click here.

 

 

Part 4 of 5

"Living Life: Cancer Patients Talk About Amputation, Part 4 of 5." - Click here.

 

 Living Life Part 5

 

Part 5 of 5

"Living Life: Cancer Patients Talk About Amputation, Part 5 of 5." - Click here.