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Cure Research for Metastatic bone cancer

Treatments for Metastatic bone cancer

Treatments to consider for Metastatic bone cancer may include:

  • Systemic therapies include chemotherapy or hormone therapies that are taken by mouth or injected. There are also drugs called biphosphonates that can help make diseased bones stronger and help prevent fractures. Bisphosphonates are used along with the chemotherapy or hormone therapy for bone metastasis
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Evidence Based Medicine Research for Metastatic bone cancer

Medical research papers related to Metastatic bone cancer include:

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