The Musculoskeletal Tumor Society, in partnership with American Society of Clinical Oncology and American Society for Radiation Oncology, has developed a clinical practice guideline to assist providers with the care of patients with metastatic carcinoma and myeloma of the femur. The guideline was developed by an Expert Panel consisting of representatives of all three organizations by American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS) methodologists using the AAOS standardized guideline development process. A systematic review of the available evidence was conducted, and the identified evidence was rated was rated for quality and potential for bias. Recommendations were developed based on this evidence in a standardized fashion. The guideline was approved by the guideline approval bodies of all three organizations. Thirteen recommendations were synthesized covering relevant subtopics such as imaging, use of bone-modifying agents, radiation therapy, and surgical reconstruction. The consensus of the expert panel was that bone-modifying agents may assist in reducing the incidence of femur fracture, regardless of tumor histology. The panel recommended the use of radiation therapy to decrease the rate of femur fractures for patients considered at increased risk. The panel recommended arthroplasty be considered to improve patient function and decrease the need of postoperative radiation therapy in patients with pathologic fractures in the femur.