Now, when people get to you they probably have a confirmed diagnosis of sarcoma, but around the country, maybe around the world, there are probably a lot of people where, A, it is not seen as sarcoma, or it's not understood which type it is. How can we help people who are listening to this get an accurate diagnosis?
Your first treatment and your first diagnosis is critical. It's not like starting school as a child and making up for a bad first grade with a good second grade and third grade. Once you get a bad start with a malignancy, especially a sarcoma, it's hard to make up for the losses. So your first treatment is critical. Your first diagnosis is critical, and it's really important that people get even if they don't travel to a center, a sarcoma center, it's really important that they get some kind of opinions and confirmation from some sarcoma experts, and they're all over the regions, about confirming their diagnosis its accuracy and what the treatment plan is. It's really critical for people with high grade tumors.