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Bone sarcoma

Bone sarcoma (also known as primary bone cancer) is a cancer that starts in the bone.

It is rare and makes up only 0.2% of all cancer diagnoses in England. There are on average, 500 diagnoses in the UK each year.

Bone sarcoma can affect any bone in the body, but most commonly affects the legs.

We have information about some of the different types of bone sarcoma below.

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