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How Would A Doctor Test For Bone Cancer?

In my novel, my protagonist was diagnosed with bone cancer. I already researched the symptoms for it and all that jazz, but I'm stuck on how to word the doctor testing her for bone cancer. How do doctors generally test for cancer, but more specifically, bone cancer?

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Is Bone Cancer Curable?

Please tell me some AYURVEDIC treatments please.
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What Is The Difference Between Bone Cancer And Cancer Of The Bone Marrow?

What is the difference between bone cancer and cancer of the bone marrow?

Is It Possible To Detect Bone Cancer Through A Blood Test?

ive had a suspicious lump on my ankle for several years which has started to hurt my entire leg, as well as my entire left arm. the GP had no explanation for it, so after having some ibuprofen thrown at me, i decided to do some research and the possibility of bone cancer came up on the internet.

i had some blood tests done about a month ago, but the results ...
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Is Bone Cancer Curable?

Bone cancers can be both benign or malignant and either primary( original site) or secondary (from another cancer site like breast or lung). Treatment depends on the type of cancer & if the treatments help. Some do...some don't.They often respond to radiation, chemo, combination of both, and/or surgery.Bone cancer is very commonly metastasized from another area where the primary did not respond to treatment.This type of cancer often requires higher doses of pain medication.
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Can You Completly Get Rid Of Bone Cancer?

Primary bone cancer, maybe, but if it's spread there from other parts (metastasized) it's not usually possible to get rid of, and at that stage, treatment is palliative only, and not curative (my aunt had bone cancer secondary to breast cancer, grandpa had stage 4 primary bone cancer - which isn't possible to get rid of either...).

Any cancer that has spread from one part of the body to another is not usually ...
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Can It Be Bone Cancer?

Hello I have been having lower back pain for a while now. Its only on the left side of my lower back and the bone in that section is sticks out more than the one on my right side. Then when it's cold the pain gets stronger and my inner things and left knee hurts I'm scared if it could be bone cancer?? Help me
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How Efective Is Erbitux For A Methastasic Bone Cancer? What Can I Expect?

The methastasic bone cancer is from an unknown primary without any organ compromised, till now we know his liver has cells but is working normally wihtout any simptom.
We have 2 years with this problem one looking for what was the desease and other one with the diagnosis. He is in good shape now, when he´s not in pain.

My Dog Has Been Diagnosed With Bone Cancer?

I just got home from the vet today to find out that my dog has been diagnosed with Bone cancer. He gave me two options. 1 was to amputate which will only give her roughly 5 to 6 months of extra life. Or the other which was to put her down. I have had her for almost 10 years and I am finding it extremely hard to have her go through so much pain and ...
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What Is Bone Cancer??

Cancer that originates in the bone ? primary bone cancer ? is rare.

The most common forms of primary bone cancer are:

- Osteosarcoma, which occurs primarily in growing bone tissue

- Chondrosarcoma, which occurs in cartilage

- Ewing's sarcoma, which arises primarily in immature tissue in bone marrow

Osteosarcoma and Ewing's sarcoma occur most often in children, adolescents and young adults, ages 10 to ...
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