Cancer symptoms: Sweating at night could be a warning sign of this type of cancer

How is bone cancer diagnosed?

“If you’re experiencing bone pain, your GP will ask about your symptoms and examine the affected area, before deciding whether you need to have any further tests,” explains the NHS.

According to the health site, they will look for any swelling or lumps, and ask if you have problems moving the affected area.

They may ask about the type of pain you experience – whether it’s constant or comes and goes, and whether anything makes it worse.

How is bone cancer treated?

According to the NHS, you may undergo surgery remove the section of cancerous bone – it’s often possible to reconstruct or replace the bone that’s been removed, although amputation is occasionally necessary.


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