The country’s former finance minister Arun Jaitley is no longer among us. It is being said that he was suffering from soft tissue sarcoma cancer for a long time. On August 9, he was admitted to AIIMS Hospital in Delhi after suffering from a deteriorating health. Soft tissue sarcoma is a rare type of cancer. Very few people know about it. Let us tell you what is soft tissue sarcoma its symptoms and how you can protect.
What is Soft Tissue Sarcoma
This is a rare type of cancer. It is present in the tissue of the person’s body. It joins muscles, fat, blood, nerves. We know that there are many types of soft tissue tumors in our body, however, not all cancers are. However, when these cells begin to grow as tumors inside the cell DNA, they also spread to the rest of the body.
It first begins with bone and muscle tissue. In layman terms, it can be in any part of your body. It can engulf anyone of any age. There is no time limit for this to happen.
There are more than 50 types of Soft Tissue Sarcoma
There are more than 50 types of soft tissue sarcomas. Some of its types also occur to children. The disease is most vulnerable to youth. Not only this, the disease is a little difficult to detect, because it grows in many ways.
What are the Symptoms of Soft Tissue Sarcoma
In the beginning, none of its symptoms are exposed. But, let’s make it clear here that whenever you have severe pain in your muscles or nerves, do not ignore it. You should immediately contact your doctor about this.
- If you see lumps in any part of your body and they continue to grow, then it can also be a symptom of this cancer.
- Stomach ache and its gradual increase can also be a sign of this.
How to Prevent from Soft Tissue Sarcoma
As soon as you see any symptoms from all of them mentioned above, contact the doctor immediately. The most important thing is to find out about the type of soft tissue sarcoma cancer. Your doctor will do many tests for this. He can then be treated with imaging tests, biopsy, radiation, chemotherapy and drugs.
Cancer patients are increasing every 20 years in India
A recent study was done on the condition of cancer in India, which states that the number of patients suffering from this deadly disease is doubling every 20 years. This study in India, Mohandas K. of the Department of Digestive Diseases, Tata Medical Center, Kolkata. Mallath and Robert D. Smith, a researcher at King’s College, London, have collaborated.