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The diagnosis of a malignant tumor is a drastic event for every patient. In the period shortly before and after the final diagnosis, many examinations are carried out to confirm the diagnosis and determine the spread of the sarcoma (X-ray examinations, tissue samples from the tumor, etc .).

As soon as all the results are available, they are assessed by specialists from all disciplines. They recommend the best possible therapy and initiate it as quickly as possible. Although the therapy, be it surgery, chemotherapy or radiation therapy, is usually associated with physical restrictions and psychological stress, this phase is often perceived as more pleasant than the time before the start of therapy.

After therapy has been completed, a follow-up plan is put together with the aim of detecting a relapse of the disease early in order to ensure regular care even after therapy.