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Lung and breast cancer drugs ‘could be used to fight RARE bone cancer’

Chordoma – the rare bone cancer – affects one in 800,000 people in the UK.

The cancer is a slow-growing, but lethal tumour that can form in the spines’ vertebrae, the triangular bone at the bottom of the spine, and the base of the skull.

Treatment for the cancer can be difficult as it’s usually found around important nerves and arteries.

Surgery and radiation therapies are the only current effective ways to fight chordomas.

But, the same drugs used to treat more common cancers could also be used for chordoma patients, accord…
Daily Express :: Health Feed

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