Primary bone cancer is rare. It accounts for just 0.2 percent of all cancers and it affects roughly 2,400 people nationwide each year. Even so, receiving this diagnosis can be unsettling for you or a loved one. Bone cancers can touch anyone at any age. Among adults, chondrosarcoma and myeloma bone cancers are the most common types.
At UCHealth, a caring team of doctors and support professionals from many fields works together to develop the best plan of care for you, and they stay with you from your initial appointment through treatment and aftercare.