3. Bone Cancer
Bone cancer is very rare but does occur in people of all ages. If you note bone pain with swelling and tenderness, fatigue, and unintended weight loss, talk to your doctor. The pain will often be intermittent, be worse at night, and isn’t helped by OTC pain relievers. Bone cancer can be treated with surgery, chemotherapy or radiation therapy.
There are several type of bone cancers and all seem to have a tenuous connection to radiation and genetic syndromes.