Emma Oldager, 16, was only nine when she was first diagnosed with cancer and told her left leg would be amputated. Photo Credit: Najeer Yusof/ TODAY
The story of an amazing teenager who swam 400 laps to raise awareness about Sarcoma!
Sarcoma is an aggressive form of bone cancer that usually presents in teenagers as bone pain. The symptoms can be vague and might be dismissed as growing pains.
If your teen complains of bone and joint pain especially at night and at rest, do take it more seriously and have an ORTHOPAEDIC SPECIALIST to check it out.
Read more about Emma Oldager’s challenges with Sarcoma Cancer.