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Why is bone cancer so common in young children?

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Dr. Michael Gabor
Diagnostic Radiology
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In brief: It isn't.

Bone and joint cancers only represent 0.
2% of all new cancers diagnosed in the US. 28% of cases occur in patients under 20, most commonly in teenagers, not young children.

In brief: It isn't.

Bone and joint cancers only represent 0.
2% of all new cancers diagnosed in the US. 28% of cases occur in patients under 20, most commonly in teenagers, not young children.
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