• Sarcoma Treatment

    In compliance with the good clinical practice norms and guidelines, sarcomas need to be treated in specialists centers by doctors, who are well trained to make a diagnosis and treat this disease. Researches unequivocally show that patients who are treated by such teams have a better disease outcome and increased life expectancy.

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  • Sarcoma is not a single disease

    Sarcoma is not a single disease; it comprises a significant group of separate malignant diseases. The type of cells sarcomas originate from, namely the connective tissue cells, e.g. bones, muscles, tendons, etc., is the common between them. Sarcomas constitute about 11% of the cancer diseases affecting children and approximately 14% of those affecting teenagers. In about 2/3 of the cases, the disease is diagnosed in individuals aged over 50.

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  • Prostate cancer

    Prof. Dr. Cemil Uygur, Director of Urooncology Center, Anadolu Medical Center

    Out of 100 newly diagnosed cancer in men, 15 are prostate cancer.  Prostate cancer is the second most common cancer in men and the third most common cancer-related death after lung and colorectal cancer. One of every 39 men dies from prostate cancer.

    Men over 50 years of age; have frequent urination, decreased urine flow, erectile dysfunction, blood in urine or semen are at risk of prostate cancer.

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