Your treatment will usually be planned and given in a sarcoma treatment centre (sometimes called a sarcoma unit). This will either be one hospital or a group of hospitals that are close to each other and that work together. Sarcoma treatment centres specialise in treating people with primary bone tumours and soft tissue sarcomas.
Primary bone cancer is rare and there are only a small number of sarcoma treatment centres in the UK. This means you may need to travel a long distance to reach one. Sometimes it’s possible to have chemotherapy and radiotherapy treatments at a hospital closer to home. In this case, the treatments will be planned and given by a specialist cancer doctor (oncologist) who will work closely with the doctors at the sarcoma treatment centre.