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Do I really have to wear a prosthesis?
On Enduring Medical Testing
Finding out you have an illness is quite difficult.
Understanding Retroperitoneal Sarcoma
WILLIAM TSENG, M.D.
Fighting retroperitoneal sarcoma can be like fighting a rare and giant beast.
Cancer Paranoia: The Beat Goes On
Cancer not only affects the body, it affects the mind as well.
Eat Cake for Breakfast
There are many ways to celebrate the absence of cancer.
The Importance of Seeing a Sarcoma Specialist
Michaela Mueller, event manager at the Sarcoma Foundation of America, discusses the importance of seeing a doctor who specializes in sarcoma.
Long-Term Effects of Ewing Sarcoma Are Minor, Study Finds
Many survivors of Ewing sarcoma have few complications and long-term side effects later on, according to a recent study.
Avoiding Amputation in Patients With Sarcoma
John E. Mullinax, M.D., discusses a chemotherapy strategy that may be able to save the limbs of some patients with sarcoma.
Novel Compound Offers Hope in Soft Tissue Sarcoma
A phase 2 trial is showing that GPX-150 is promising for patients with soft tissue sarcoma.
PD-1 Blockades Show Potential in Sarcoma
Virginia Powers, Ph.D.
Patients with certain types of sarcoma may benefit from PD-1 blockades, according to a recent study.
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