Uterine SarcomaThis page contains recent news articles, when available, and an overview of Uterine Sarcoma but does not offer medical advice. You should contact your physician with regard to any health issues or concerns.
News: Uterine Sarcoma
DG News...ultrasounds and [that was] obscured by the symptoms attributed to the fibroids, such as uterine sarcoma, endometrial cancer, adenomyosis, and polyps.
Why I had to lie to my dying mother - May 17, 2008
The Observer,...cancer in 1975 that had spread into the lymph system, despite her doctors having held out little hope of her doing so, and a uterine sarcoma in 1998.
A cancer survivor's story - Apr 24, 2008
Kawartha Media Group,..."I was diagnosed with Grade 4 uterine sarcoma, very rare and very deadly. I was considered a palliative case; the surgeon had no hope for me and told my
Regarding the Pain of Others - Dec 25, 2007
New York Sun,In the late 1990s she survived a uterine sarcoma. And in March 2004, she was diagnosed with MDS, or myelodysplastic syndrome — a form of cancer that
Tamoxifen causes cancer - Oct 11, 2007
Food Consumer,Like all cancers, endometrial cancer and uterine sarcoma are potentially life-threatening." However, we do not know what other adverse effects Tamoxifen
Background information on Uterine Sarcoma [When available]
A sarcoma is a cancer of the bone, cartilage, fat, muscle, blood vessels, or other connective or supportive tissue.
The term comes from a Greek word meaning "fleshy growth." Bone tumors (osteosarcomas) are also called sarcomas, but are in a separate category because they have different clinical and microscopic characteristics and are treated differently. Osteogenic sarcoma or osteosarcoma is one of the most common childhood bone cancers.
Organizations such as the Sarcoma Foundation of America are working to fund research towards a cure for sarcoma, while other patient-oriented organizations such as the Sarcoma Alliance are working to educate patients about the disease, and still others like the Rare Cancer Alliance are working to give patients online support.
The most famous victim of this disease is Terry Fox who was required to have a leg amputated as treatment. He subsesquently began heroic fundraising efforts towards medical research which enabled advances that dramatically improved the survivability of the ailment.
Search the web for more resources on Uterine Sarcoma
Health Home | Conditions | Cancer | Medications | Surgery | Vaccines
The Cancer News Network
COPYRIGHT 2009 CANCERNEWSNETWORK | Privacy