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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.
Expert Discusses Local Control in Ewing Sarcoma
Dimosthenis Andreou, M.D., discussed the Euro-EWING99 trial with CURE.
Immunotherapy Continues to Move Into the Sarcoma Treatment Landscape
Immunotherapy's role for treating sarcoma is being cemented as more agents and targets are identified.
Reaching a Turning Point in the Advancement of Sarcoma Care
Treatment and imaging advancements are drastically changing the landscape of sarcoma care.
FDA Approves Lartruvo for Soft Tissue Sarcoma
A Lartruvo (olaratumab) combination received an accelerated approval from the FDA to treat patients with soft tissue sarcoma.
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