Sarcoma, the most common form of Bone Cancer is mostly occurring through heredity. But there are other factors that contribute to these tumors. These risk factors contribute to the origin and the multiplying of the carcinogenic cells that cause tumors causing cancers. With a few obvious risk factors that a body may be exposed to, one can be careful to not invite the risk of Bone Cancers of any type. Premier Oncology Consultants clearly explain and help understand the signs and symptoms besides the various risk factors that are associated with Sarcomas. The expert Oncologists assist in providing exceptional care and treatment with their advanced medical procedures.
There are some very common factors that everyone is aware of, but there are lesser-known factors that contribute to Bone cancers.
- Li Fraumeni Syndrome: A phenomenon in which the tumor is passed on from a generation of the family to another, through a gene mutation, called the TP53 gene; there is no currently available cure to get rid of this.
- Retinoblastoma: A rare condition that mostly affects kids is an eye cancer that develops in the retina at the back of the idea. This cancer has very high survival rates but might ultimately lead to the development of sarcomas in the soft tissues of the bone.
- Rothmund-Thompson Syndrome: It is a very rare condition that results in the cancers of the skin. With rashes that spread to the entire body in a period of time, these problems continue to exist for life.
- Radiation- High exposure to radiations of elements like radium or strontium in childhood can increase the chances of the formation of malignant tumors in the body.
- Multiple Benign Tumors: The presence of multiple benign tumors in the body is also harmful as they might metastasize and become cancerous. So it is important that these tumors are removed immediately. Sometimes, these might keep coming back even after removal.
It is very important that one stays very careful about these risk factors when they are aware that they are exposed to the risk. Getting frequent checkups and not ignoring any signs or symptoms and getting timely treatment can increase the survival chances.