Recent Examples of sarcoma from the Web
Mullin’s oldest son, Ted Mullin, died in September 2006 after battling sarcoma, said Mary Henry, his mother.
Alex captured the hearts of many in the Kansas City area and across the country when he was treated at Children’s Mercy and the University of Kansas Hospital for Ewing’s sarcoma.
However, the drug did not work against Ewing’s sarcomas and rhabdoid tumors in the animals.
Rare tumors in the study patients included two types of ovarian cancer, basal cell carcinoma and sarcoma.
Noah Wilson was 6 years old, stuck in a hospital bed with Ewing’s sarcoma.
Michael Solomon, a music and tech entrepreneur, had helped to arrange the concert as a show of thanks to the center, which had cared for his late fiancée before her death from sarcoma.
Mike VI, who was 11 years old, was diagnosed in May of 2016 with spindle cell sarcoma, a malignant tumor derived from fibrous connective tissues of the bone.
Composer Daniel Licht, best known for scoring the Showtime series Dexter, as well as video games Silent Hill and Dishonored, died Aug. 2 from a rare form of sarcoma.
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Origin and Etymology of sarcoma
First Known Use: 1804See Words from the same year
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