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Evolving Paradigms in Soft Tissue Sarcoma: Conclusion and References

Published Online: Feb 15,2017

Conclusions

 

Currently, STS is difficult to treat due to its heterogeneity and the lack of available treatments. With advances in the knowledge of genetics, understanding of STS continues to increase. This increase of knowl- edge has promoted, and will continue to promote, the development of targeted therapies, which may aid in personalizing treatment and will help shape future standards of care.

 


 

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