Treatment for bone cancer has begun to be experimented with ferrimagnetic for magnetic induction hyperthermia. On the other hand, composites of bioceramics and biopolymer have been studied for scaffold as these materials resemble the structure of bone. The current study investigated the magnetization of calcium aluminum ferrite magnetic (CaAl4Fe8O19) incorporated in carbonate apatite, alginate and chitosan, that serves as a scaffold. CaAl4Fe8O19 powder were synthesized using calcium nitrate, aluminium nitrate and ferrous chloride using the sol-gel method. Combining the carbonate apatite/chitosan/alginate compoiste and CaAl4Fe8O19 using the freeze-dry method has produced carbonate apatite/alginate/chitosan/ CaAl4Fe8O19 composite scaffolds. The CaAl4Fe8O19 powder and the scaffolds were observed using SEM (scanning electrone microscope) and their magnetization were measured using VSM (vibrating sample magnetometer). It was shown that the scaffold is a composite structure of CaAl4Fe8O19 particles, having diameter ranging from 0.5 to 2 μm, embedded in the pore walls of the carbonate apatite/alginate/chitosan matrix. The saturation magnetization Ms and remanence magnetization Mr of the CaAl4Fe8O19 particles were 20 and 2.0 emu/g, whereas, those of the scaffold were 4.3 and 2.0 emu/gr. The addition of the carbonate apatite/alginate/chitosan composite into CaAl4Fe8O19 decreased the fraction and/or magnetic of the CaAl4Fe8O19 particles.