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my mother had 3 different types of cancer one at a time and spread apart by years. my sisters and i believe its in the blood stream once you get one...
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No pictures of bone caner tumors
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I say don't lose hope. I know people who have been diagnosed with stage 4 cancer and have actually gone into remission after it was spread...
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Unfortunately, it would not be possible for me, or any medical professional, to answer that question without the details of her case. Even then...
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The first thing your doctor will do is to take a complete medical history. This will give your doctor clues as to your diagnosis. Some types of...
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Bone cancer is caused by a problem with the cells that make bone. More than 2,000 people are diagnosed in the United States each year with a bone...
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There are many resources available for patients with bone cancer. These include sources of information and emotional support. American Cancer Society...
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The most common symptom of bone tumors is pain. In most cases, the symptoms become gradually more severe with time. Initially, the pain may only be...
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There are many different methods available for your doctor to treat bone cancer. The best treatment is based on the type of bone cancer, the location...
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Primary bone sarcoma is a tumor that forms first in bone. It is less common than metastatic cancer. The cause of bone sarcoma is not certain, but...
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Primary bone cancer is cancer that originates in bone cells. The other way cancer can occur in bones is after spreading there from another part of...
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The methods used to treat bone cancer are very powerful. It is hard to limit the effects of treatment so that only cancer cells are destroyed;...
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Regular follow-up is very important after treatment for bone cancer. The doctor will want to continue to check the patient closely for several years...
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Cancer is a group of diseases. More than 100 different types of cancer are known. They all have one thing in common: cells become abnormal. These...
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To diagnose bone cancer, the doctor asks about the patient's personal and family medical history and does a complete physical exam. In addition to...
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