Chondrosarcoma is a cancer that starts in the bone. It is found in the cartilage, which is the rubbery tissue that covers the end or the surface of bones. This type of cancer is usually slow growing and is found in the pelvis, upper arms and legs, and shoulder.
Ewing's Sarcoma is a primary bone cancer. It can develop anywhere in the body, but is usually found in the pelvis, upper arm, thigh bone or ribs.
An osteosarcoma is a type of cancerous tumour that starts in the bone (called a primary bone cancer). It is more common in teenagers (more in young guys) as it usually develops in growing bones.
What are bone tumours? Primary cancer in the bones is a fairly rare type of cancer. It mainly occurs in adolescents and young adults.
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