A deadly, rare type of soft-tissue cancer may be completely eradicated simply by inhibiting a key protein involved in its growth, according to a new research report.
Carbon ion radiotherapy (CIRT) appears to be safe and effective for the treatment of persons with unresectable spinal sarcoma, researchers have affirmed.
Combining a Wee1 protein inhibitor with the chemotherapy agent gemcitabine reduced sarcoma tumor volume more than did either drug alone.
In synovial sarcoma, metastasis development is linked to chromosome complexity.
Researchers have identified a group of liposarcoma tumors that can be imaged by positron emission tomography scans using a tracer substance known as FAC.
A diagnosis of soft-tissue sarcoma can leave many patients unsure of what to do next. This fact sheet provides more information about this type of cancer and lists sources of support.
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