Bone Cancer

Bone Cancer

More than 200 clinical trials are currently accepting participants diagnosed with Bone Cancer.

Primary bone cancer, also known as bone sarcoma, is a rare form of cancer originating in the bones. The human body has over 200 bones that collectively form the skeleton, providing structure, protecting internal organs, and enabling movement through muscle leverage. Unlike secondary or metastatic bone cancer, which originates in another part of the body and spreads to the bones, primary bone cancer starts directly in the bone cells.

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