Neurofibrosarcoma vs Neuroblastoma difference?

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Could someone kindly explain to me what's the difference between the two?

I'm still not very sure about the origins of the blastoma and what type of tissue it affects.
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Neuroblastoma is a type of cancer that develops in the foetus during the blastocyst stage of the pregnancy...
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Neurofibrosarcosoma is the cancer of the nerve fibers and typically affects the function of the nervous system and responses. The neuroblastoma generally affects the adrenal system and causes dysfunction of the hormone system.
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