Bone tumors in children

Jelena Roganović


Bone tumors in children are rare, accounting for 5% of all childhood cancer. Although rare, bone cancer deserves a special attention in pediatric oncology. Given an overall 5-year survival rate of approximately 65% for pediatric patients, malignant bone tumors should be diagnosed and treated rapidly and accurately in specialized centers.


Bone tumors; Child

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