The symptoms of bone cancer vary from person to person, depending on the location and size of the cancer.
Pain is the most common symptom.
Tumors that occur in or near joints may cause swelling or tenderness in the affected area.
Bone cancer can also interfere with normal movements and can weaken the bones, occasionally leading to a fracture.
None of these symptoms is a sure sign of cancer.
They may also be caused by other, less serious conditions.
If you have these symptoms, you should consult a doctor.