Children’s bone cancers could remain hidden for years before diagnosis

Scientists have discovered that some childhood bone cancers start growing years before they are diagnosed. Researchers discovered large-scale genetic rearrangements in Ewing Sarcomas and other children’s cancers, and showed these can take years to form. The study will help unravel causes of childhood cancers and could help find ways to diagnose and treat these cancers earlier in the future. (Mehr in: Cancer News — ScienceDaily)