Links to OTHER Sarcoma Sites
Sarcoma is a cancer of tissue derived from the embryonic mesoderm. This includes mesenchymal cells such as make up the bony skeleton (ie. the skull, vertebrae, ribs, and extremities), and also the tissue attached to, supporting, or joining those bones. These connective tissues include fat, blood vessels, fibrous and nerve tissue, skeletal and smooth muscle, etc. - all those that connect the skeletal tissue.
Most major hospitals and cancer institutions have information on sarcomas. There are also some sites specific to sarcomas. Rather than list them all, a great starting point is Sarcoma Alliance, for all things relating to sarcomas. This site provides a wealth of information, and has a detailed list of links to other sarcoma sites and general cancer sites.