Sarcoma is a very rare form of cancer, with only 150 to 200 cases a year in Ireland, but a specialist national treatment facility to deal with it is needed, a specialist in the condition has said. Dr. Charles Gillham, consultant radiation oncologist at St Luke’s Hospital in Dublin, said the best outcomes for people with sarcoma were among those treated in a large multidisciplinary center.

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