This peer-reviewed journal contains articles on the spectrum of actions and approaches needed to reduce the impact of human malignancy.
Strategies for Solutions in Sarcoma Management (PDF file: 57 KB)
David Cheong, MD, Ricardo J. Gonzalez, MD, and Jonathan S. Zager, MD
A CD117 and CD34 Immunoreactive Sarcoma Masquerading as a Gastrointestinal Stromal Tumor: Diagnostic Pitfalls of Ancillary Studies in Sarcoma (PDF file: 414 KB)
Advances in Segmental Endoprosthetic Reconstruction for Extremity Tumors: A Review of Contemporary Designs and Techniques (PDF file: 434 KB)
Computer-Assisted Navigation and Musculoskeletal Sarcoma Surgery (PDF file: 463 KB)
Current Diagnosis and Management of Retroperitoneal Sarcoma (PDF file: 344 KB)
Metastatic Soft Tissue Sarcoma Chemotherapy: An Opportunity for Personalized Medicine (PDF file: 266 KB)
|Of Mice and Men: Opportunities to Use Genetically Engineered Mouse Models of Synovial Sarcoma for Preclinical Cancer Therapeutic Evaluation (PDF file: 410 KB)
Kevin B. Jones, MD, Malay Haldar, MD, PhD, Joshua D. Schiffman, MD, Lisa Cannon-Albright, PhD, Stephen L. Lessnick, MD, PhD, Sunil Sharma, MD, FACP, Mario R. Capecchi, PhD, and R. Lor Randall, MD, FACS
Ten Best Readings Relating to Sarcoma (PDF file: 66 KB)
About the art in this issue:
Jeffrey Hessing was born in Brooklyn, New York, in 1952. He attended the State University of New York at Binghamton from 1969 to 1972, and till 1973 he studied with Leonard Baskin. In 1980, Hessing moved to the medieval village of Vence, France. His vivid landscapes and interiors convey the intensity of the region’s color and light, and his work reflects the passionate approach to life exhibited by the inhabitants of Provence. As a student of painter and collector Leonard Baskin, Hessing is strongly influenced by the Fauvist palette and its expressive technique. He has exhibited extensively throughout France, and his work has been displayed at the Pucker Gallery in Boston, Massachusetts, since 1979. For more information on Jeffrey Hessing and his work, please visit www.jeffrey-hessing.com or www.puckergallery.com.
Villa Romarine ‘La Belle Epoque’ (Cap Ferrat). Detail. Oil on canvas, 23¼″ × 23¾″.
Table of Content :
The West Bank. Oil on canvas, 18″ × 24″.
Passage. Oil on canvas, 19½″ × 24″.
Blue Sea (Vence). Oil on canvas, 14¾″ × 18″.
Dawn (Provence). Oil on canvas, 28¾″ × 36″.
Maison Ancienne. Oil on canvas, 31¾″ × 39″.
The Temple Mount. Oil on canvas, 25½″ × 32″.