Sunday 22 October 2017

Ω Early diagnosis is important but the challenge in making the diagnosis is often that either the person doesn't think they have a problem and therefore don't go to the GP or that the GP doesn't think sarcoma may be the underlying problem.

Ω Early diagnosis is important but the challenge in making the diagnosis is often that either the person doesn't think they have a problem and therefore don't go to the GP or that the GP doesn't think sarcoma may be the underlying problem.

Ω Symptoms include: A lump that is painless at first, located deep in the body tissue; pain or soreness as the lump grows and presses against nerves and muscles; and is a size of more than 5cm across.

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