Unfortunately, there is no easy way to detect sarcomas. At least, not for the majority of the population. There is a genetic test that can determine whether or not you have a predisposition to develop these tumors but only for people who have a specific family history of cancers and other related tumors. For everyone else, the recommendation is that you consult with your doctor immediately if you find any growth or a new lump that you can’t readily explain as being related to a pre-existing condition.
Regardless of the type of sarcoma, the main treatment remains the same, and that is a surgical solution. This is because the only way to cure sarcoma is to remove it completely from the body. Other therapies may be used to support the surgical solution, but every Palmer sarcoma treatment involves surgical intervention heavily.
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If you are seeking treatment for sarcoma, our staff can help you set up an appointment. All you need to do is call and ask for help, and they will fill you in on everything you need to know to be able to get a referral and a first appointment. Contact us today.