Sarcoma Awareness Month

A sarcoma diagnosis is rare in adults but fairly prevalent among children with cancer. The disease forms in various types of connective tissue and can therefore arise almost anywhere in the body. While sarcomas can sometimes be eradicated with currently available treatments – surgery, chemotherapy, radiation – roughly 50% of cases don’t respond. Thus, it’s vital to continue research into finding more effective means of battling these cancers.

Visit the Sarcoma Foundation of America to learn more about their plans for July and what you can do to help bring awareness to these diseases.

July 21, 2021 – Virtual Advocacy Day

July 25, 2021 – National Race to Cure Sarcoma (a virtual event)

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