Bone & Soft Tissue Cancer

Musculoskeletal cancer is any cancer that develops in bone or soft tissue, such as muscle. This can include bone cancer (bone sarcoma), soft tissue sarcoma and bone cancer that has spread from other parts of your body (metastatic carcinoma).

Bone cancer symptoms may include pain in the affected bone, swelling near the affected bone, broken bones and fatigue.

Soft tissue sarcoma may not have early symptoms, but may later be a lump or swelling and may cause pain if it presses on a nerve or muscle.

If you’re diagnosed with musculoskeletal cancer, your doctor may recommend one of the following treatments:

  • Surgery: We’ll remove the tumor with a wide margin around it. This is the primary treatment for musculoskeletal cancer.
  • Chemotherapy: Musculoskeletal cancer treatment often includes chemotherapy in combination with other therapies.
  • Radiation therapy
  • Radiofrequency ablation: This is minimally invasive treatment technique that can be used for some bone tumors.
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