Osteogenic Sarcoma

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Osteogenic Sarcoma


Osteogenic sarcoma is a tumour, which starts in a bone. Osteogenic means bone forming. No one knows what causes osteogenic tumours, but we do know that they are not caused by injury. Most often they arise around the knee but can involve any bone in the body. Usually older children and adolescents, develop these tumours.

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