The 7th edition of the ‘ESMO Sarcoma and GIST Symposium’ was held in Milan in February 2018. For the first time, the Symposium brought together representatives from the European Reference Network on rare adult solid cancer (EURACAN) joined by sarcoma experts from the USA, Japan and patient advocacy groups, to share insights and discuss future directions in this rare condition. This commentary will summarise the highlights in soft tissue sarcomas.
- soft tissue sarcoma
- massive parallel sequencing
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