Ewing's sarcoma

Overview

Ewing's sarcoma typically occurs in children and young adults. It often begins in the legs, bones of the pelvis, and arms.

Symptoms

Bone pain, swelling and tenderness, and broken bones are symptoms.

Treatments

Treatments include chemotherapy, surgery, and radiation.

Last Updated Jun 13, 2017


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