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What?

A sarcoma (from the Greek sarx (σάρκα) meaning “flesh”) is a cancer that arises from transformed cells of mesenchymal origin. Thus, malignant tumors made of cancerous bone…
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How?

The definitive diagnosis is done through a surgical biopsy for a suspicious looking lump, which has been imaged via X -Rays or MRI (magnetic resonance imaging). The biopsied…
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Why?

Treatment of Sarcoma is costly, prolonged often ineffective, with extremely high morbidity and mortality. Surgery is generally the treatment of choice. Depending on the type…
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