Bones are made up of hard or compact, cartilaginous (tough, flexible), and fibrous tissue, as well as elements of bone marrow. Cancer can begin in any type of bone tissue.
Sarcomas are bone cancers that can grow in any bone in the body. Most cancers that occur in the bone have spread from another part of the body, such as the breast or lung. These are known as metastatic bone cancers and differ from cancers that start in bone.
Soft tissue Cancer:
These are malignant (cancerous) tumours that can develop from muscle, fibrous tissue or fat surrounding joints, blood vessel, or deep skin tissues. They can develop in any part of the body.
Soft-tissue cancers can be of various types
Dr. Sameer Kaul, Head of Onkaulogy Kombine, works with a highly experienced, multidisciplinary team to diagnose accurately and offer the best treatment to patients. Know more about our cancer care team.