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Synovial sarcoma is a malignant tumor of the soft tissues, usually around joints. Under the microscope the tumor resembles synovial tissue (the lining tissue of joints). Synovial tissue is found around the tendons (bands of fiber that connect muscle to bone), and can form bursa (fluid filled cushioning pouches or sacs found in spaces between tendons, ligaments and bones) found in the area of joints.

Symptoms and Treatments

Treatment of Synovial Sarcoma
What is the best treatment for sarcoma? Is sarcoma curable? What is the survival rate of sarcoma cancer?
In general, sarcoma treatment may include chemotherapy, radiation therapy and surgery. Get to know these options from this section.


Join the Synovial Sarcoma discussion forum for patients, friends and families affected with synovial sarcoma.
We love to hear your stories and information about treatments, symptoms and side effects.


If you would like to express your feelings about dealing with Synovial Sarcoma, this is the place. Need a Lift? need to Rant? This is the place.

Bens Friends

Our mission at Ben’s Friends is to ensure that patients living with rare diseases or chronic illnesses, as well as their caregivers, family, and friends, have a safe and supportive place to connect with others like them.


Anyone whose life has been touched by a rare disease is welcome in a Ben’s Friends community. Most of our members are patients, but we have spouses and parents, besties and caregivers here as well.

Clinical Trials

Synovial Sarcoma Clinical Trials Discussion