Homeopathy Medicine for Osteosarcoma


Although it can start in any bone, osteosarcoma is a type of bone cancer that starts in the cells that form bones. It most frequently affects long bones, more frequently the legs but occasionally the arms, but it can also start in soft tissue outside of the bone.

Younger children and older adults can also develop osteosarcoma, but teenagers and young adults are more likely to develop it.

Symptoms of Osteosarcoma

The following are examples of osteosarcoma symptoms and signs:

  • Swelling near a bone
  • Bone or joint pain
  • broken or damaged bones without apparent cause

Causes of Osteosarcoma

Doctors are aware that osteosarcoma develops when something goes wrong in one of the cells in charge of creating new bone, but the exact cause of this cancer is unknown.

Osteosarcoma starts when a healthy bone cell experiences changes in its DNA, which are the instructions that tell a cell what to do. The changes instruct the cell to begin making new bone when it is not needed, leading to a mass (tumor) of poorly formed bone cells that can invade and destroy healthy body tissue and cells can break away and spread (metastasize) throughout the body.

Risk factors

Osteosarcoma risk factors include the following:

  • radiation therapy has been used in the past
  • Other conditions affecting the bones, such as fibrous dysplasia and Paget’s disease of the bones
  • A number of genetic or inherited disorders, such as Werner syndrome, Li-Fraumeni syndrome, Rothmund-Thomson syndrome, and hereditary retinoblastoma, can be passed down through families.


Osteosarcoma and its management can result in the following complications:

  • Cancer that spreads (metastasizes).Osteosarcoma can spread from the initial site to other locations, complicating treatment and recovery. Osteosarcoma that spreads most frequently affects the lungs and other bones.
  • Adapting to limb amputation.Learning to use an artificial limb (prosthesis) will take time, practice, and patience. Experts can help you adapt. Surgery is used whenever possible to remove the tumor while sparing the limb, but sometimes it’s necessary to remove part of the affected limb in order to remove all of the cancer.

Long-term treatment side effects.Your health care team can help you manage any side effects that occur during treatment and can provide you with a list of side effects to watch for in the years after treatment. Aggressive chemotherapy is required to control osteosarcoma, but it can have significant short- and long-term side effects.


There are many effective treatments for osteosarcoma available in homoeopathy, but the choice depends on the patient’s individuality, taking into account the mental and physical health of the patient. Homoeopathy is currently a rapidly expanding system that is being practiced all over the world. Its strength lies in its evident effectiveness as it takes a holistic approach towards the sick individual through promotion of inner balance at mental, emotional, spiritual, and physical levels.







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