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Misdiagnosed cancer in 12 year old boy

A 12 year old boy presented with a knot on his right leg. It was initially misdiagnosed before the Ewing's sarcoma was diagnosed.

Source: summary of medical news story as reported by The Cincinnati Post

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About: Misdiagnosed cancer in 12 year old boy

Date: 4 April 2004

Source: The Cincinnati Post

Author: David Wecker

URL: http://www.cincypost.com/2004/04/24/cancer042404.html

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