Take this quiz to test your knowledge about sarcoma cancer, treatments, and other important sarcoma cancer information. 

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Pancreatic cancer accounts for about 3% of all cancers in the US and about 7% of all cancer deaths.
Colorectal cancer usually begins as a noncancerous growth called a polyp that develops on the inner lining of the colon or rectum and grows slowly, over a period of 10-20 years.
Sarcomas can develop nearly anywhere in the body, including the legs, hands, arms, head, neck, chest, shoulders, abdomen, and hips.
The only way to diagnose soft tissue sarcoma is by biopsy.
The most common signs/symptoms of sarcoma are: a new lump or a lump that is growing, abdominal pain that is getting worse, blood in your stool or vomit, and black tarry stools.

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