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  • Cancer

    1. 1. BONE CANCERBy: Shania Vance and Bre Aisel
    2. 2. WHAT IS CANCER? Cancer is a disease caused by an uncontrolled division of abnormal cells in a part of the body.
    3. 3. WHAT IS BONE CANCER? Bone cancer is a malignant tumor, that destroys bone tissues. They don’t look like or act like bone cancer cells even thought they are inside the bone. Sometimes the cancer can affect the outside because some bones are hollow.
    4. 4. DIFFERENT TYPES OF BONE CANCER Osteosarcoma- develops in growing bone tissue. Chondrosarcoma-develops in cartilage. Ewing Sarcoma- develops in immature nerve tissue in bone marrow.
    5. 5. CAUSE OF BONE CANCER Researchers have found that there is not a define cause for bone cancer but they have found that Osteosarcoma is most found in people that have had a high dose of external radiation therapy or people with certain anti- cancer drugs.
    6. 6. IS BONE CANCER RARE OR NOT? Primary bone cancer is rare. In Osteosarcoma this mostly common in the ages of 10 and 19 year old. In Chondrosarcoma occurs mainly in older adults (over age 40). In ESFT’s occurs mostly in children and teenagers under the age of 19.
    7. 7. SYMPTOMS The symptoms are pain, swelling near the bone. Not all bone cancers cause pain.
    8. 8. BONE CANCER DIAGNOSED X-Rays help show the location, size, and shape of a bone tumor. A bone scan, which is a test of a small amount of radioactive material is injected through a blood vessel and through the bloodstream. An angiogram can help show an x-ray of blood vessels.
    9. 9. TREATMENT Treatment usually involves with surgery, chemotherapy, radiation therapy, cryosurgery. When you have surgery the surgeon removes the entire tumor. Chemotherapy is the use of anticancer drugs to kill cancer cells. Radiation therapy is the use of high energy x-rays to kill cancer cells. Cryosurgery is the use of liquid nitrogen to freeze and kill cancer cells.
    10. 10. DOCTOR If you do get surgery I would suggest doctor Francis Joseph Schlueter.
    11. 11. INTERVIEWQ: How many surgerys have you done?A: I have done at least 25 in the past yearQ: Would you recommend getting check for this if you have random pain?A: I would say that if you are really concerned about the pain then get itchecked out.Q: Is bone cancer hereditary?A: I would get my family history back ground checked out because yes youcan get it from heritance.
    12. 12. CITE SOURCES Types/bone