Some of the common symptoms that bone marrow cancers cause are bone pain, weakness or fatigue, weight loss, and fever. While these symptoms occur with multiple myeloma and leukemia, patients may experience other symptoms... More »

Fecal incontinence, back pain and muscle weakness are some symptoms of bone cancer in the spine. A few other symptoms include abnormal body sensations, muscle contractions and urinary incontinence, states the National In... More »

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The National Cancer Institute explains that pain and swelling in the hip are common symptoms of bone cancer. Bone cancer starts in the bone, and it destroys normal bone tissue. It also has the ability to grow and spread. More »

Common symptoms of leukemia include bone pain, recurring infections, fever, regular nosebleeds, swollen lymph nodes, excessive perspiration, red skin spots, fatigue and weight loss, as stated by Mayo Clinic. These sympto... More »

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Stage III symptoms of lymphoma include swollen lymph nodes, weight loss, fatigue, fever, stomach pain, bone pain, enlarged spleen, rash, shortness or breath, pain when drinking alcohol, cough, itchy skin and night sweats... More »

Possible symptoms of collar bone cancer include bone pain, broken bones, urinary or bowl incontinence, and weakness in the legs or arms, according to Mayo Clinic. Not all patients of cancer that spreads to the bones expe... More »

The symptoms of bone cancer include bone pain, tenderness or swelling near the affected area, fatigue, broken bones, and unexplained weight loss, according to Mayo Clinic. There are three common types of bone cancer: ost... More »