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What is the difference between a sarcoma and mesothelioma?
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In brief: Depend on the cell
Sarcomas are tumors of mesoderm, or supporting structures of body, bone muscles, connective tissue etc, mesothelioma develops from mesothelial cells of pleura, pertonium, pericardium etc as these are mesodermal origin could also be considered as sarcomas.

In brief: Depend on the cell
Sarcomas are tumors of mesoderm, or supporting structures of body, bone muscles, connective tissue etc, mesothelioma develops from mesothelial cells of pleura, pertonium, pericardium etc as these are mesodermal origin could also be considered as sarcomas.
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