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What is a Sarcoma?
Sarcoma is a cancer of the connective or supportive tissue, including bone, cartilage, fat, muscle, blood vessels, and soft tissue. More than one thousand people in Australia are diagnosed with sarcoma every year. Sarcomas are given a number of different names, based on the type of tissue from which they arise.
For example, osteosarcoma arises from bone, chondrosarcoma from cartilage, and leiomyosarcoma from smooth muscle. Synovial sarcomas affect soft tissue such as muscles and ligaments MORE →
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