Several weeks ago my father was unexpectedly diagnosed with Fibroblastic Sarcoma. A rare, large cancerous tumor in his face, around his cheek, eye & jaw. He's currently undergoing chemotherapy treatment at Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center in Miami. In a few weeks he will undergo major surgery to remove the tumor.
A unforeseen, life changing event as this or any major medical situation can be very difficult to deal with financially, mentally & physically. Thankfully my father has medical insurance, but as we all know, insurance only covers so much. Furthermore, he will be out of work indefinitely..
Anyone that knows my father, knows he would give his shirt off his back for anyone at any given time!
Any donations to his cause will be a huge help! Help with his every day/ monthly bills, expenses, & piling up medical bills.
1 dollar, 5 dollars, or 50 cents is huge. If you are unable, your thoughts & prayers are just as valuable! THANKS!!!
--- Fibrosarcoma of bone is a rare primary malignancy. It shares imaging and clinical features with several other bone pathologies. Fibrosarcoma shares histological features with other bone tumors and often cannot be distinguished from such lesions other than by an experienced musculoskeletal pathologist. Similarly, it is histologically indistinguishable from its soft tissue counterpart but has a significantly different incidence pattern and clinical profile. Treatment and prognosis are similar to other sarcomas of bone. Surgical extirpation is central to control of local disease. Given the rarity of fibrosarcoma of bone, large trials of chemotherapeutic regimens have not been possible. There have been promising results reported though.