Scientific Literature

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CIENTIFIC LITERATURE

The scientific literature changes on a daily basis.  The best way to keep up to date on the latest in the diagnosis and treatment of sarcoma is to become familiar with web based resources that will do the searching for you.  Following are some particularly useful websites

Auto Medline Queries: Medfetch

Website: http://www.medfetch.com/

This free service allows you to select fairly specific topics to search.  It is easy to get articles on a weekly basis on sarcoma.

MDLinx

Website: https://www.mdlinx.com/

You can subscribe to free newsletters on various general topics. Hematology / Oncology is the most relevant to sarcoma.  You will receive a weekly email.

National Cancer Institute

Website: http://www.cancer.gov

Access a the wealth of information, including clinical trials, from the home page to the National Cancer Institute.  You can sign up for their weekly NCI Cancer Bulletin.

PubMed.gov

Website: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/PubMed/

PebMed is from the United States Library of Medicine of the National Institutes of Health.  You can search on very specific areas such as sarcoma subtypes.