Ewing sarcoma is a rare and highly malignant tumor that can basically occur anywhere in the body: 85% start in the bone, 15% in soft tissue. About 3 in one million patients under the age of 15 and only 2,4 in one million above the age of 15 are affected by Ewing sarcoma in the Caucasian population; in other ethnicities the tumor is even less frequent. Ewing sarcoma is a disease that affects children, adolescents and young adults. Boys and men are affected a little more often than girls and women (1,5:1).
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