Causes and prevention of secondary bone cancer
The cause of secondary cause is a primary cancer somewhere else in the body. It is possible for any cancer to spread to the bone. But breast, prostate, lung, thyroid and kidney are the most common types of cancers that spread to the bones. The cancer cells can travel to the bones in the bloodstream or lymph system.
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