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Soft Tissue Sarcoma: Understanding Your Diagnosis and Next Steps
Soft Tissue Sarcoma: Understanding Your Diagnosis and Next Steps

Sarcoma is a term for cancers that begin in the bones or soft tissues of the body, including the muscles, fat, lymph and blood vessels, nerves and tendons. While sarcoma can occur anywhere in the body, it is most common in the chest, abdomen, arms and legs. Approximately 60% of sarcomas start in the arm […]

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Soft Tissue Sarcoma Treatment Options
Soft Tissue Sarcoma Treatment Options

If you’ve been diagnosed with soft tissue sarcoma, you may wonder which treatment options are right for you and what to expect. Your physician will help you determine the right treatment approach based on your sarcoma’s grade and stage, along with your family history and overall health. The most common treatment options for soft tissue […]

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4 Ways Prostate Cancer & Testicular Cancer Are Different
4 Ways Prostate Cancer & Testicular Cancer Are Different

Although the prostate and the testicles are both part of the male reproductive system, prostate cancer and testicular cancer are different from one another. Here is how: 1. Where the cancer starts Testicular cancer and prostate cancer are different because the cancer starts in different places in the body. Prostate cancer occurs when cancer begins […]

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Gynecologic Cancers: Symptoms, Types, and Screenings
Gynecologic Cancers: Symptoms, Types, and Screenings

Cancer can develop in several areas of the female reproductive tract, including the cervix, endometrium, fallopian tubes, ovaries, uterus, and vagina. These types of cancer are known as gynecologic cancer, and it’s important to educate yourself about the symptoms, types, and screenings. Symptoms of Gynecologic Cancer The symptoms and signs can vary depending on the […]

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How to support loved ones with blood cancer during COVID-19
How to support loved ones with blood cancer during COVID-19

If you have a friend or relative who is currently battling blood cancer, you might be wondering how you can help support them during COVID-19. Andrea Maikovich-Fong, Ph.D., ABPP, Licensed Clinical Psychologist and Behavioral Medicine Specialist at Kaiser Permanente and Behavioral Medicine Project Consultant for Sarah Cannon, shares seven ways you can support people facing […]

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