If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with sarcoma, it’s normal to have a lot of questions. Because sarcoma is a relatively uncommon cancer, it’s best to find an oncologist who has specific experience in diagnosing and treating the condition, as he or she will be best equipped to address your concerns.
As a high volume cancer center, Moffitt Cancer Center has a team of skilled oncologists who treat sarcomas with a significant level of frequency. We can use our expertise to help you determine the cause of your symptoms, understand what your diagnosis means and explain what options you have for treatment. A physician’s referral is not required to schedule a consultation.
What you need to know about your sarcoma diagnosis
The following FAQs can help you better understand sarcoma:
- Questions to ask your sarcoma specialist
- When should I see a sarcoma specialist?
- What is a soft tissue sarcoma?
- What are the different types of sarcoma?
- How long after diagnosis should I be treated for sarcoma?
- What are the most common sarcoma symptoms?
- Am I at risk for developing sarcoma?
- What are the most common types of sarcoma?
- What causes sarcoma in adults?
- Where can sarcoma spread to?
If you’d like to discuss your concerns in person, call 1-888-663-3488 or submit a new patient registration form online to request an appointment at Moffitt.