“This is a rare cancer that grows in the connective tissues, or the cells that support other kinds of tissues inside the body. Sarcoma is usually seen in muscles, tendons, cartilage, nerves, fat, bones, and blood vessels in the legs and arms. There are over 50 kinds of sarcoma, but they are generally categorized in two primary cancers: soft tissue sarcoma and bone sarcoma.
Sarcomas can be difficult to find because they can grow almost anywhere in the body, but most often, the first symptom is a painless lump. Children and young adults are generally diagnosed with sarcomas more often than adults. ”
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