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Primary bone cancer is cancer that has started in a bone.
If your cancer has spread into bone from another part of the body, it is called secondary bone cancer.
Cancer that starts in your bone (primary bone cancer) can cause symptoms. Find out about these and when to see your doctor.
Find out about seeing your GP, referral to a specialist, and the tests you might have for bone cancer.
There are different types of cancer that start in the bone, including Ewing's sarcoma and osteosarcoma.
The stage tells you about the size of the cancer and whether it has spread. The grade of a cancer tells you how much the cancer cells look like normal cells.
Get more information on treating bone cancer. You might have a combination of more than one type of treatment.
Find out about the latest UK research, clinical trials and how you can take part.
Read about life after surgery for primary bone cancer, and how getting practical and emotional support can help you cope with a diagnosis of cancer. Also find details of other organisations that can help.
Find out about the risk factors of bone cancer.
Find out about survival for bone cancer.
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