Bone Cancer

  • 1. What is Bone Cancer?
  • Executive Summary The bone in our body is connected to another bone by ligaments and covered by cartilage. Bones are hollow structures that are filled with red spongy bone marrow producing blood cells. It contains collagen fibres, fibrous tissue, calcium phosphate, and minerals that are respons...
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  • 2. Statistics of Bone cancer
  • Executive Summary Statistics of Bone cancer, also known as primary bone sarcoma, comprises less than 0.2% of all cancers. The chondrosarcoma has affected adults causing 40% of primary bone sarcoma. Individuals from the age group of 51 years have been diagnosed with bone sarcoma. Almost 28% of o...
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  • 3. Medical Illustration of Bone cancer
  • You can see a basic drawing of the skeleton, which is a part of the body affected by bone sarcoma, as well as a close-up view of the inside of a bone. ...
  • 4. Risk Factors of Bone Cancer
  • Executive Summary Risk factors influence the chance of developing bone cancer among individuals, but individuals with no risk factors also develop cancer. The individual's risk factors in bone cancer evolve into bone sarcoma due to the presence of several risk factors such as genetic factors in...
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  • 5. Prevention of Bone Cancer
  • Executive Summary Some primary preventive measures are taken for reducing the risk of bone cancer. Bone cancer is the abnormal growth of cells forming a tumor. To date, no effective ways to prevent bone cancer have been determined. The initial diagnosis and successful treatment is the best way...
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  • 6. Signs and Symptoms of Bone cancer
  • Executive Summary The signs and symptoms help in the diagnosis of any particular disease. The symptoms entirely depend upon the location of tumor. The common symptoms of bone cancer include pain in bones, swelling, and limping. Other rare symptoms of bone tumour include fever, fatigue, weight lo...
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  • 7. Diagnosis of Bone Cancer
  • Executive Summary Bone cancer is diagnosed based on signs and symptoms. The diagnosis of bone cancer relies on the type of tumor, such as benign and malignant. There are different types of tests for the diagnosis of bone cancer. Imaging tests are conducted for diagnosing bone sarcoma. Other diag...
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  • 8. Grades and Stages of Bone Cancer
  • Executive Summary The staging system of bone cancer depends upon the size of the tumor, its metastasis and its time of occurrence. The TNM staging system is used as a staging approach for bone sarcoma. The five stages of bile duct cancer are determined: stage 0, stage I, stage II, stage III, and...
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  • 9. Types of Treatment for Bone cancer
  • Executive Summary The different types of standard treatments for bone cancer are explained in detail. Standard treatments are used along with the integration of effective treatment planning. Clinical trials are used as an innovative treatment approach that combines different therapies and drugs...
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  • 10. About Clinical trials for Bone Cancer
  • Executive Summary Clinical trials are considered a better method for treating bone cancer. The evaluation of new chemotherapy and radiation therapy drugs is integrated into bone sarcoma clinical trials. Clinical trials are used for all types and stages of bone sarcoma. Many individuals particip...
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  • 11. Latest research on Bone Cancer
  • Executive Summary Several research studies have been conducted to seek more information on bone cancer, their related prevention method, their diagnostic approach at the initial phase, and the best treatments strategies. Immunotherapy is used to treat bone sarcoma by integrating Mifamurtide (Mep...
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  • 12. Coping up with the treatment for Bone cancer
  • Executive Summary Bone cancer treatment results into causing various side effects and alterations to the patient’s body. The results of treatment show variations as per the individuals. Sometimes the same treatment strategy used for a particular disease condition evolves with different effects...
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  • 13. Follow-up care for Bone Cancer
  • Executive Summary Follow-up care for bone cancer refers to the after-treatment protocols conducted by the healthcare team to look after recurrence, manage the side effects, and monitor the patients’ overall health. Both medical and physical examinations are included in the follow-up care of bo...
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  • 14. Survivorship for Bone Cancer
  • Executive Summary Survivorship begins immediately after the diagnosis of cancer. The individuals under treatment and whose disease conditions are cured after the treatment are referred to as the cancer survivors. Survival is considered one of the most challenging aspects in the case of bone canc...
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  • 15. Questions to ask your Health care team
  • When making up your mind about treatment, you must know every detail about the treatment you opt for. It would be best if you asked your Health Care Team questions about anything about Bone Cancer that you don’t understand. Don’t forget that you can ask the questions to your healthcare team ...
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  • 16. Additional resources for Bone cancer
  • Here are a few links to help you find more about bone cancer. https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/bone-cancer/symptoms-causes/syc-20350217https://www.healthline.com/health/bone-cancerhttps://www.cancercenter.com/cancer-types/bone-cancer/abouthttps://www.cancer.net/cancer-types/bone-ca...
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