Ewing sarcoma


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


Bone pain, swelling, tenderness, fever and weight loss are symptoms.


Treatments include chemotherapy, surgery, and radiation.

Last Updated Feb 6, 2020

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