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Radiation therapy, chemotherapy, and combinations of these treatments are just a few of the topics being studied in the hopes of learning more about bone cancer. In order for this research to be conducted, however, volunteers are needed. Although research trials may pose some risks, scientists take careful steps to protect their patients, who can have the first chance at benefiting from promising, new treatments.
An Introduction to Researching Bone CancerDoctors and scientists are hard at work conducting bone cancer research. Research studies for bone cancer are designed to answer important questions and to find out whether new approaches are safe and effective. Research has already led to many advances, and researchers are continuing to search for more effective methods of dealing with bone cancer.
Current Areas of Focus in Bone Cancer Research
Researchers are currently studying:
- Radiation therapy
- Combinations of these types of treatments for bone cancer.