What is the cause of bone cancer?

The most common types of bone cancer vary according to age. Osteosarcoma and Ewing's sarcoma are the most common type in children, teenagers and young adults. Chondrosarcomas is more common in middle aged and elderly people. Other less common types include spindle cell sarcomas and chordomas. A risk factor is anything that can increase your chance of developing a disease. Different cancers have different risk factors. We don't know what causes most cases of bone cancer. But there are some factors that may increase your risk of developing bone cancer. Cancer occurs when the cells in a certain area of your body divide and multiply too rapidly. This produces a lump of tissue known as a tumour. The exact reason why this happens is often not known, but certain things can increase your chance of developing the condition, including:

  • previous radiotherapy treatment
  • other bone conditions, such as Paget's disease of the bone
  • rare genetic conditions, such as Li-Fraumeni syndrome
  • a history of certain other conditions, including retinoblastoma and umbilical hernia

Some non-cancerous (benign) conditions affecting the bones may increase your chances of developing bone cancer, although the risk is still particular, a condition called Paget's disease of the bone can increase the risk of bone cancer in people over 50-60 years of age.Rarer conditions that cause tumors to grow in your bones, such as Ollier's disease, can also increase your risk of bone cancer.

What is the easiest South Indian language to learn for a North Indian (Bengali to be more precise)?

Nothing is difficult,as long as you spend time with other language people,you will learn that language automatically if you are interested.for learning anything in this world all you need is interest about that thing.Anyway malayalam seems little difficult, Tamil,Telugu can be learnt easily.And I think Tamil is more famous among all south Indian languages.

What can I do to help me figure out what I want to do with my life on my semester off from college?

Spend some of the time off discovering yourself. Really get to know what you are passionate about, what sparks your curiosity. But also get clear on your talents and what you believe about success. Explore how you might want to impact the world and what makes

I'm a 14-year-old girl and I'm afraid I'll never find love. I know this sounds overdramatic and I'm too young to worry about this, but I feel like everyone hates me and I'll end up alone in the end. Is there any way to stop thinking about this?

Yes, your to young to think this. Some children have a terrible outlook in high school but just know it's temporary. steps to thinking differently:A. Change your perspective. Instead of thinking no one will like me think will I like them? Reverse the way you feel about others. Change how you see yourself. If you hate yourself, your not