A sarcoma is a cancer of the connective or supportive tissue (bone, cartilage, fat, muscle, blood vessels). The term comes from a Greek word meaning "fleshy growth." Bone tumors (osteosarcomas) are also called sarcomas, but are in a separate category because they have different clinical and microscopic characteristics and are treated differently. Osteogenic sarcoma or osteosarcoma is one of the most common childhood bone cancers. Soft tissue sarcomas are more common in adults than in childre ...
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Uterine Sarcoma Treatment
... Treatment may be one of the following: Surgery to remove the uterus, fallopian tubes and the ovaries, and some of the lymph nodes in the pelvis and abdomen (total abdominal hysterectomy, bilateral sal...
Source: National Cancer Institute

Kaposi''s Sarcoma Treatment
... Treatment may be one of the following: Radiation therapy. Local excision. Systemic or intralesional chemotherapy. Chemotherapy plus radiation therapy. Depending on the patient's condition, the can...
Source: National Cancer Institute

   

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