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Ewing’s Sarcoma

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Ewing sarcoma is a rare soft tissue and bone cancer that usually affects children and teenagers. It commonly occurs during the puberty phase when the growth rate of bone is high. Young males are at increased risk for developing Ewing sarcoma than young females. It commonly occurs in the pelvis, shoulder blades, ribs, and legs. The types of Ewing sarcoma are bone tumor, soft tissue tumor, and Askin tumor.

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