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 »

Symptoms of lung cancer include a cough that does not go away; chest pain that is made worse by coughing, breathing or laughing; hoarseness; loss of appetite and weight loss; coughing up blood or sputum that is rust in c... More »

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Bone pain can be caused by ailments such as osteoporosis, bone tumors or infections, blood cancer or rickets. It can also be caused by sickle cell anemia, bone tuberculosis and hypercalcemia, among others, according to H... More »

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The earliest symptoms of bone cancer are swelling and pain where the tumor has started to grow. At first, the pain may be intermittent, but it will increase and become more steady as time goes by. Swelling in nearby soft... More »

As of 2014, the causes of bone cancer are not clearly defined, according to the National Cancer Institute. However, several risk factors have been identified, including having a family history of bone defects. More »

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Different types of bone cancer are osteosarcoma, chondrosarcoma and tumors called Ewing sarcomas, according to the National Cancer Institute. Osteosarcoma develops when the cancer attacks the osteoid tissue in the bone, ... More »

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The earliest symptoms of bone cancer include swelling and pain in the area affected by the cancer, notes the American Society of Clinical Oncology. Joint swelling, stiffness and limping are additional symptoms. Less comm... More »