When a cancer has spread from where it started to the bones, it is called a secondary bone cancer. Find out more about the treatment you might have and how to cope with it.
Secondary bone cancer is when a cancer has spread to the bones from where it started. Find out about symptoms and tests.
The aim of treatment is usually to control the cancer and your symptoms. It can also prevent problems developing.
Coping with secondary bone cancer can be difficult. Getting the help and support you and your family need can help you cope.
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