Metastatic Bone Cancer Treatment 
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 Metastatic Bone Cancer Treatment

Metastatic Bone Cancer is a malignancy that originates in different locations or organs of the body and eventually spreads to the bones. A study published in (2009) - on metastatic tumours in bone - revealed that more than 90 per cent of metastatic bone cancers are caused by a small number of primary tumours including {*filter*}, lung, and kidney, prostate and thyroid.


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