Carcinomas & Sarcomas

(cancers formed by epithelial cells and in bone, soft tissues & fibrous tissue)

Access to peer-reviewed journal articles and current clinical trials, via PubMed and ClinicalTrials.gov.

Cholangiocarcinoma

(Photo: Cholangiocarcinoma Cells [Nephron, Wikimedia Commons])

Ductal_Carcinoma _in_Situ

(Photo: Ductal Carcinoma in Situ [KGH, Wikimedia Commons])

Gastrointestinal_Stromal_Tumor

(Photo: Gastrointestinal Stromal Tumor [KGH, Wikimedia Commons])

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Adrenocortical Carcinoma

(adrenal cortical carcinoma [ACC], adrenal cortex cancer)

[PubMed] [ClinicalTrials.gov]

Anal Cancer

[PubMed] [ClinicalTrials.gov]

Basal Cell Carcinoma

(basal cell cancer, basalioma)

[PubMed] [ClinicalTrials.gov]

Bile Duct Cancer

(cholangiocarcinoma)

[PubMed] [ClinicalTrials.gov]

Bladder Cancer

[PubMed] [ClinicalTrials.gov]

Breast Cancer

[PubMed] [ClinicalTrials.gov]

Bronchial Tumors

[PubMed] [ClinicalTrials.gov]

Carcinoma of Unknown Primary

(cancer of unknown primary origin, CUP, occult cancer)

[PubMed] [ClinicalTrials.gov]

Cardiac Tumors

(primary tumors of the heart)

[PubMed] [ClinicalTrials.gov]

Cervical Cancer

[PubMed] [ClinicalTrials.gov]

Cholangiocarcinoma

(bile duct cancer)

[PubMed] [ClinicalTrials.gov]

Chordoma

[PubMed] [ClinicalTrials.gov]

Colon Cancer

(bowel cancer)

[PubMed] [ClinicalTrials.gov]

Colorectal Cancer

(bowel cancer)

[PubMed] [ClinicalTrials.gov]

Ductal Carcinoma In Situ

(DCIS, intraductal carcinoma)

[PubMed] [ClinicalTrials.gov]

Endometrial Cancer

[PubMed] [ClinicalTrials.gov]

Esophageal Cancer

[PubMed] [ClinicalTrials.gov]

Ewing Sarcoma

(Ewing's sarcoma)

[PubMed] [ClinicalTrials.gov]

Fallopian Tube Cancer

(primary fallopian tube cancer [PFTC], tubal cancer)

[PubMed] [ClinicalTrials.gov]

Gallbladder Cancer

[PubMed] [ClinicalTrials.gov]

Gastric Cancer

(stomach cancer)

[PubMed] [ClinicalTrials.gov]

Gastrointestinal Stromal Tumors

(GIST)

[PubMed] [ClinicalTrials.gov]

Head and Neck Cancer

(head and neck squamous cell carcinomas, HNSCC)

[PubMed] [ClinicalTrials.gov]

Hepatocellular Cancer

(HCC, hepatic cancer, hepatocellular carcinoma, liver cancer, malignant hepatoma)

[PubMed] [ClinicalTrials.gov]

Hypopharyngeal Cancer

[PubMed] [ClinicalTrials.gov]

Kaposi Sarcoma

(Kaposi sarcoma-associated herpesvirus, Kaposi's sarcoma, KSHV, KS)

[PubMed] [ClinicalTrials.gov]

Laryngeal Cancer

(laryngeal carcinoma, larynx cancer)

[PubMed] [ClinicalTrials.gov]

Lip and Oral Cavity Cancer

(mouth cancer, oral cancer)

[PubMed] [ClinicalTrials.gov]

Lung Cancer

(lung carcinoma)

[PubMed] [ClinicalTrials.gov]

Male Breast Cancer

(male breast neoplasm)

[PubMed] [ClinicalTrials.gov]

Malignant Fibrous Histiocytoma

(MFH, pleomorphic undifferentiated sarcoma, PUS, undifferentiated pleomorphic sarcoma)

[PubMed] [ClinicalTrials.gov]

Malignant Mesothelioma

[PubMed] [ClinicalTrials.gov]

Merkel Cell Carcinoma

(APUDoma, primary neuroendocrine carcinoma of the skin, primary small cell carcinoma of the skin, trabecular carcinoma of the skin)

[PubMed] [ClinicalTrials.gov]

Metastatic Squamous Neck Cancer with Occult Primary

[PubMed] [ClinicalTrials.gov]

Midline Carcinoma

[PubMed] [ClinicalTrials.gov]

Mouth Cancer

(oral cancer)

[PubMed] [ClinicalTrials.gov]

Nasal Cavity and Paranasal Sinus Cancer

[PubMed] [ClinicalTrials.gov]

Nasopharyngeal Cancer

(nasopharyngeal carcinoma, nasopharynx cancer, NPC)

[PubMed] [ClinicalTrials.gov]

Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer

(non-small cell lung carcinoma, NSCLC)

[PubMed] [ClinicalTrials.gov]

Oral Cancer

(mouth cancer)

[PubMed] [ClinicalTrials.gov]

Oropharyngeal Cancer

[PubMed] [ClinicalTrials.gov]

Osteosarcoma

(bone cancer)

[PubMed] [ClinicalTrials.gov]

Ovarian Cancer

[PubMed] [ClinicalTrials.gov]

Pancreatic Cancer

(pancreatic adenocarcinoma)

[PubMed] [ClinicalTrials.gov]

Paranasal Sinus and Nasal Cavity Cancer

[PubMed] [ClinicalTrials.gov]

Parathyroid Cancer

(parathyroid carcinoma)

[PubMed] [ClinicalTrials.gov]

Penile Cancer

[PubMed] [ClinicalTrials.gov]

Pharyngeal Cancer

[PubMed] [ClinicalTrials.gov]

Primary Peritoneal Cancer

(extra-ovarian serous carcinoma, primary peritoneal carcinoma, primary serous papillary carcinoma, psammomacarcinoma, serous surface papillary carcinoma)

[PubMed] [ClinicalTrials.gov]

Prostate Cancer

(carcinoma of the prostate)

[PubMed] [ClinicalTrials.gov]

Rectal Cancer

[PubMed] [ClinicalTrials.gov]

Renal Cell Cancer

(Grawitz tumor, hypernephroma, kidney cancer, RCC, renal adenocarcinoma, renal cell carcinoma)

[PubMed] [ClinicalTrials.gov]

Rhabdomyosarcoma

(RMS)

[PubMed] [ClinicalTrials.gov]

Salivary Gland Cancer

(salivary gland neoplasm)

[PubMed] [ClinicalTrials.gov]

Small Cell Lung Cancer

(SCLC, small-cell carcinoma, oat-cell carcinoma)

[PubMed] [ClinicalTrials.gov]

Small Intestine Cancer

(cancer of the small bowel, small bowel cancer)

[PubMed] [ClinicalTrials.gov]

Soft Tissue Sarcoma

(cancer of the small bowel, small bowel cancer)

[PubMed] [ClinicalTrials.gov]

Squamous Cell Carcinoma

(SCC, SqCC, squamous-cell cancer)

[PubMed] [ClinicalTrials.gov]

Throat Cancer

[PubMed] [ClinicalTrials.gov]

Thymoma, Thymic Carcinoma

[PubMed] [ClinicalTrials.gov]

Thyroid Cancer

[PubMed] [ClinicalTrials.gov]

Transitional Cell Cancer of the Renal Pelvis and Ureter

(TCC, transitional cell carcinoma, UCC, urothelial cell carcinoma)

[PubMed] [ClinicalTrials.gov]

Urethral Cancer

[PubMed] [ClinicalTrials.gov]

Uterine Cancer

(womb cancer)

[PubMed] [ClinicalTrials.gov]

Uterine Sarcoma

[PubMed] [ClinicalTrials.gov]

Vaginal Cancer

[PubMed] [ClinicalTrials.gov]

Vascular Tumors

[PubMed] [ClinicalTrials.gov]

Vulvar Cancer

[PubMed] [ClinicalTrials.gov]

Sclerosing_rhabdomyosarcoma

(Photo: Sclerosing Rhabdomyosarcoma [Jerad M Gardner, MD, Wikimedia Commons])

Small_cell_lung_cancer

(Photo: Small Cell Lung Cancer [Nephron, Wikimedia Commons])

squamous_cell_carcinoma

(Photo: Squamous Cell Carcinoma [KGH, Wikimedia Commons])

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