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What are the signs of possible bone cancer?

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In brief: Pain most often

Most primary and secondary bone tumors present with pain.
Some can present as painless enlargement/swelling of a limb or joint. On occasion a bone tumor can be silent until there is enough weakness in the bone for a fracture to occur.

In brief: Pain most often

Most primary and secondary bone tumors present with pain.
Some can present as painless enlargement/swelling of a limb or joint. On occasion a bone tumor can be silent until there is enough weakness in the bone for a fracture to occur.
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