You are not alone. Really.
Support groups for people with sarcoma provide information and support to patients, carers, and family members. provide valuable support and information to patients, carers and family members. You can also meet others who have similar challenges, either in person or online.
Local support groups are often run by patients and carers working together with sarcoma nurse specialists or doctors.
These meetings are usually fairly small and relaxed. They’re held in places like cancer centres, hospitals, or community halls. The meeting format might have a speech from a guest speaker, group discussion, chatting, and refreshments. Some groups may organise social events and activities as well as regular meetings.
Online support groups provide you with regular contact with people who have similar experiences and understand you. You may never have met or spoken to someone else with sarcoma, and online groups can help to connect you to help you feel less alone.