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Dermatofibrosarcoma protuberans (DFSP) is a rare type of cancer found in the dermis, the middle layer of the skin.
This booklet is aimed at anyone who has been diagnosed with a retroperitoneal sarcoma.
This booklet is for anyone who has been diagnosed with a gastrointestinal stromal tumour (GIST).
Whether you’re about to start sarcoma treatment, having treatment or recovering following treatment, this booklet can provide you with information about recovery and support.
This booklet is aimed at any woman who has been diagnosed with a gynaecological sarcoma.
This booklet is aimed at anyone who has been diagnosed with a bone sarcoma. It explains what bone sarcoma is, how it is diagnosed and the treatment options available.
This booklet is aimed at anyone who has been diagnosed with desmoid-type fibromatosis.
This updated booklet is aimed at anyone who has recently been diagnosed with sarcoma cancer. It explains what sarcoma is, how it is diagnosed and the treatment options available to you.
This booklet is aimed at anyone who has a diagnosis of sarcoma in the head or neck area, explaining what it is, how it is diagnosed and what treatment options are available.
Some treatments for sarcoma can leave you at risk of developing lymphoedema, but what is it? This updated factsheet talks about the sings, symptoms and how it can be prevented.
This leaflet explains what sarcoma is, and why a referral to a specialist sarcoma team is important to get the right diagnosis.
This factsheet explains genomic testing, who is eligible for consideration and how it may benefit patients.
Find out more about lymphoedema in this Sarcoma UK factsheet which is also available to order as a handy credit card sized fold out.
Giant cell tumours (GCT) are benign (noncancerous) tumours that develop in the bone.
This factsheet explains more about PBT, including who is eligible for the treatment and why it might be beneficial for them.
This factsheet explains how to find information you can trust and how to tell the difference between reliable information and misinformation.
As a member of the sarcoma community you may be asked to take part in market research. Here is some guidance to help you make an informed choice about taking part.