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What can be done for leiomyosarcoma?

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A lot: If surgically resectable, then take it out. If very large, consider either post operative radiation +\- chemo. Not a lot of data on post operative chemo but would be a consideration. If metastatic, chemotherapy alone. Hope this helps.

Answered 11/23/2016

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