Bone Cancer Center

  • Combination of surgery and chemotherapy, effective cancer treatment and prevention of recurrence


    Bone cancer is a malignant tumor that develops in the bones. The most common site is around the knee, accounting for 80% of cases, and very rarely occurs in tissues other than bones.

    Bone cancer has a low incidence, accounting for only about 0.2% of all malignancies. Bone cancer mainly occurs in the younger age group. About 60% of bone cancer occurs in childhood or adolescence, and about 10% occurs in the twenties. In general, males have a higher incidence than females.
    Bone cancer often occurs secondary to radiation therapy or previous precancerous lesions, and it often metastasizes to the lungs, so prompt diagnosis and treatment are required.

    The Bone Cancer Center uses a combination of surgery and chemotherapy to effectively kill cancer and to provide continuous management and education to prevent cancer from recurring.

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