The British Sarcoma Group (BSG) is the association of the specialist clinicians, nurses and supporting professionals who treat patients with sarcoma in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.
The BSG reaches out to colleagues in Ireland, Europe, the USA and Australia through its relationships with individuals and institutions, through collaborative research projects, and international conferences.
The BSG is a membership organisation. All clinicians treating sarcoma in the UK are welcomed as members of the British Sarcoma Group.
The BSG holds an annual meeting/conference in February and occasional study days/events throughout the year.
For more information, visit the British Sarcoma Group website: britishsarcomagroup.org.uk
British Orthopaedic Oncology Society
The British Orthopaedic Oncology Society (BOOS) is the association of the orthopaedic oncologist surgeons in the United Kingdom and Ireland.
BOOS is a membership organisation and open to Consultant Surgeons from the United Kingdom and Ireland with an interest in orthopaedic oncology; including all aspects of the management of benign and malignant tumours of soft tissue and bone.
The BOOS holds an annual meeting/conference in May, and has a mentorship programme.
For more information, visit the British Orthopaedic Oncology Society website: boos.org.uk
Scottish Sarcoma Network
The Scottish Sarcoma Network (SSN) is a National Managed Clinical Cancer Network in Scotland. It was launched in 2004 with the maintain to ensure quality and equity of care for all sarcoma patients in Scotland.
SSN signposts patients to information and support, and provide a regular education day three times a year: ssn.scot.nhs.uk/events
For more information, visit the Scottish Sarcoma Network website: ssn.scot.nhs.uk