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Cure Research for Secondary Bone Cancer

Treatments for Secondary Bone Cancer

Treatments to consider for Secondary Bone Cancer may include:

  • Local radiotherapy to sites of bone metastases for symptomatic relief
  • Pain relief
  • Bisphosphonates for high blood calcium levels
  • Fluid replacement if dehydrated
  • Surgery if required for internal fixation of crush fracture
  • Chemotherapy, hormone therapy if respondent
  • more treatments...»

Evidence Based Medicine Research for Secondary Bone Cancer

Medical research papers related to Secondary Bone Cancer include:

Click here to find more evidence-based articles on the TRIP Database


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