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Outcomes of soft tissue sarcomas

Lung scan showing multiple small lung masses which are metastases

Where the sarcoma returns locally after a ‘limb-sparing policy’ and there is no evidence of metastatic relapse on repeat staging, then amputation must be considered or more radical surgery for other body sites. When there is metastatic relapse, then chemotherapy is recommended, using the drugs mentioned above. Metastatic relapse is not a curative proposition.


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