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Early signs of soft tissue can include a painless lump or swelling. Some sarcomas may not cause any symptoms until they grow and press on neighboring nerves, organs or muscles, at which point they may cause pain, a feeling of fullness or trouble breathing.
Symptoms of bone sarcomas can include pain and/or swelling in an arm or leg, the trunk, the pelvis, or the back. Swelling may or may not feel warm to the touch. Other signs include a limited range of motion in a joint, a fever for no known reason or a bone that breaks from no apparent cause.
These symptoms could be signs of many other medical conditions. Always check with your doctor for a proper diagnosis.
10 Cancer Symptoms You Can’t Ignore
Finding and treating cancer at an early stage can save lives. In this recorded webinar, surgical oncologist Nita Ahuja, M.D., and gastroenterologist Anne Marie Lennon, M.D., Ph.D., discuss why symptoms such as bleeding, gastrointestinal issues and unexplained weight change may be cause for concern.