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Chordoma Patient's Doctor Directory

Chordoma Patient's Doctor Directory

Chordoma specialist

Request for Collaboration
Overview
In order to help Chordoma patients make an informed decision in selecting doctors, the "Chordoma Foundation Doctor Directory" offer this listing of doctors who routinely treat chordoma patients (the "Directory").
 
Features
Chordoma is a very rare disease. It is often occurred in the sacrum area and very difficulty to diagnose initially. Clinically, chordoma always compromise the nerve function and cause patients pain, decrease limbs function and bowel/bladder function. And sometimes huge chordoma would invasion into the bowel and skin. So a group including orthopaedic oncologic, colon/rectal, genitourinary and plastic surgeons should be obtained while treating chordoma.

Collaboration Options
  1. Patients transfer and treatment
  2. Medical information sharing
  3. Surgical experience sharing
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