Bone Cancer.

  title={Bone Cancer.},
  author={Sybil J. Biermann and Douglas Ray Adkins and Robert S Benjamin and Brian E. Brigman and Warren Chow and E. U. Conrad and Deborah A. Frassica and Frank J. Frassica and Suzanne A George and Kenneth R. Hande and Francis Hornicek and George Douglas Letson and Joel L. Mayerson and Sean V. McGarry and Brian Seto McGrath and Carol D Morris and Richard J. O’Donnell and Robert Lor Randall and V. Mart{\'i}nez Santana and Robert L. Satcher and Herrick J. Siegel and Neeta Somaiah and Alan Yasko},
  journal={American family physician},
  volume={98 4},
Overview Primary bone cancers are extremely rare neoplasms, likely accounting for fewer than 0.2% of all cancers, although its true incidence is difficult to determine secondary to the rarity of these tumors.1,2 In 2009, an estimated 2570 new cases will be diagnosed in the United States and 1470 people will die of the disease.3 Primary bone cancers show wide clinical heterogeneity and are often curable with proper treatment. Osteosarcoma (35%), chondrosarcoma (30%), and Ewing’s sarcoma (16… CONTINUE READING

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