Bone Cancer (cont.)

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Can bone cancer be prevented?

No. There is no method of preventing bone cancer.

REFERENCES:

Abed, R., and R. Grimer. "Surgical Modalities in the Treatment of Bone Sarcoma in Children." Cancer Treat Rev. 36.4 June 2010: 342-347.

Ilaslan, H., J. Schils, W. Nageotte, S.A. Lietman, M. Sundaram. "Clinical Presentation And Imaging Of Bone And Soft-Tissue Sarcomas." Cleve Clin J Med. 77 Suppl 1 Mar. 2010: S2-7.

Lietman, S.A., and M.J. Joyce. "Bone Sarcomas: Overview of Management, With a Focus on Surgical Treatment Considerations." Cleve Clin J Med. 77 Suppl 1 Mar. 2010: S8-12.

Sheplan, L.J., and J.J. Juliano. "Use of Radiation Therapy for Patients With Soft-Tissue and Bone Sarcomas." Cleve Clin J Med. 77 Suppl 1 Mar. 2010: S27-9.

Weber, K.L. "Evaluation of the Adult Patient (Aged >40 Years) With a Destructive Bone Lesion." J Am Acad Orthop Surg. 18.3 Mar. 2010: 169-179.


Last Editorial Review: 2/15/2012


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