- How are Ewing tumors treated?
- Chemotherapy for Ewing tumors
- Surgery for Ewing tumors
- Radiation therapy for Ewing tumors
- High-dose chemotherapy and stem cell transplant for Ewing tumors
- Clinical trials for Ewing tumors
- Complementary and alternative therapies for Ewing tumors
- Treatment of Ewing tumors by stage
- Social, emotional, and other issues in treating Ewing tumors
- More treatment information for Ewing tumors
More treatment information for Ewing tumors
For more details on treatment options – including some that may not be addressed in this document – other good sources of information include the National Cancer Institute (NCI), the National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN), and the Children’s Oncology Group (COG).
The NCI, part of the US National Institutes of Health, provides treatment information by phone (1-800-4-CANCER) and on its website (www.cancer.gov). More detailed information intended for use by cancer care professionals is also available on www.cancer.gov.
The NCCN, made up of experts from many of the nation’s leading cancer centers, develops cancer treatment guidelines for doctors to use when treating patients. These are available on the NCCN website (www.nccn.org). Treatment guidelines for Ewing tumors of bone are included in the “Bone Cancer” guidelines.
The COG is the world’s largest organization devoted to research on cancer in children and teens. The COG website, www.childrensoncologygroup.org, provides information to help support children and their families from diagnosis, through treatment, and beyond.
Last Medical Review: 09/18/2014
Last Revised: 10/02/2014