There are numerous kinds of cancer and each one has its own symptoms. Cancer is a deadly disease therefore it is of vital importance to detect it on time so that you can hamper its development in an early stage.
Bone cancer is a tumor spreading in the bone cells and cartilage. These tumors that grow in the bone can be either benign or malignant. The malignant ones are cancerous. Osteosarcoma is the most common bone cancer, and chondrosarcoma is another cancer affecting cartilage cells and Ewing’s sarcoma, but this one is a rare tumor which affects children and adolescents.
Plus, secondary bone tumors may occur which commonly affect people that have been already affected by cancer. These secondary bone tumors are derived from a renal cell carcinoma, prostate or thyroid cancers.
Find out which are the common symptoms of bone cancer.