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Osteosarcoma is a malignant connective tissue tumour that resembles various stages in the differentiation of bone tissue. Although osteosarcoma gives high mortality and morbidity and children and young adults are most at risk, the disease is not very common, and international collaboration is needed to get the momentum needed for significant progress in the understanding of its biology, identification of novel therapeutic strategies, and preclinical and clinical evaluation of these.

We are involved in several collaborations and networks on this disease, and have set up this site to stimulate communication, collaboration, and networking in the field.

Please provide links to the site and contact info if you wish to participate.

Site maintained by Prof Ola Myklebost, Institute for Cancer Research, Norwegian Radium Hospital, Oslo University Hospital



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