Research team found ultra-hypofractionated radiotherapy improved on the current standard of care for treating soft tissue sarcoma.
Preoperative chemotherapy enables the successful surgical resection of a rare sarcoma in patient’s neck.
This case suggests that an aggressive, multimodal approach may be appropriate for carefully selected patients who have soft-tissue sarcoma of the chest wall.
New studies investigate two potential methods of predicting wound healing complications in patients following resection of soft tissue sarcoma.
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Instead of five to six weeks of radiation therapy before surgery, patients with soft tissue sarcoma can receive the treatment in five days, allowing them to undergo cancer resection much sooner.
In select pediatric patients whose tumors harbor RET alterations with limited treatment options, selpercatinib appears safe and effective. This article reviews two cases.
What research abstracts presented at this year’s American Society of Clinical Oncology annual meeting will have the biggest potential impact on clinical practice? Cleveland Clinic Cancer Center physicians make their picks.
Following soft tissue sarcoma excision, staged reconstruction of allows for easier re-intervention if needed, but may not make a significant difference in outcomes.
While many variables come into play at the time of diagnosis, with expert care from a multidisciplinary team, nonmetastatic soft tissue sarcoma treated early can be a curable disease.
Dr. John Goldblum, chairman of the Department of Pathology, reviews a series of cases of well-differentiated lipomatous tumors.