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what would happen after treatment of bone cancer?

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After your treatment: If you have had an operation you may need physiotherapy and other support to help get you back to functioning well. You will also be seen regularly by a specialist to make sure the cancer hasn't returned.
Answered on Sep 10, 2018
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