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What are the most common symptoms of sarcoma?

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Dr. Ritesh Rathore
Hematology and Oncology 31 years experience
Depends on location: Early sarcomas may have no symptoms. Location of the sarcoma produces specific symptoms such as pain (bone, back, limbs); noticeable mass, and genralized symptoms such as weight loss, fatigue, low blood counts, etc, for advanced cancers.
Dr. Eric Whitman
Surgical Oncology 37 years experience
Mass, sometimes pain: The most common finding is an enlarging mass. It is often non-tender but can be painful. But often there are really no symptoms other that the mass itself, .

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