People with bone cancer experience some amount of pain during the course of the illness. Bone cancer pain has been classified as acute and chronic. Although, acute pain is similar to chronic pain, it is easier to manage. Chronic pain keeps recurring and may be disabling over time.
Bone cancer pain is associated with the disease and the treatments that one goes through for the disease. Much of the bone cancer pain that a patient suffers from is caused by pressure exerted on the nerves and the organs near the site of the bone tumour. Availing a complete relief from the pain may not be possible, but several options to get relief from the pain, temporarily, are available. Here are some relief measures:
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