Childhood Cancers: Soft-Tissue and Bone Sarcomas


Cancers involving muscle, bone, blood vessels, and other supporting tissues in the body are termed sarcomas. They are different from carcinomas, which are malignancies of the tissues that line or cover the body’s internal organs and passageways. Of all the cancers of solid tissues, children most …

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  1. Cancers involving muscle, bone, blood vessels, and other supporting tissues in the body are termed sarcomas. They are different from carcinomas, which are malignancies of the tissues that line or cover the body’s internal organs and passageways. Of all the cancers of solid tissues, children most frequently have sarcomas. Carcinomas are much more frequent in adults.

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