What are the symptoms of bone cancer in the hip?

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Cancer of the hip happens when tumors or lesions start in the bones of the hip and then spread to other areas of the body. The primary symptom of hip cancer is pain in the hip area. This pain causes the patient to have disrupted and frustrated sleep. Pain in the hip such as this can weaken the bone and the joints, leading to excruciating fractures or breaks. Other symptoms might include, but are not limited to, general feeling of fatigue, night sweats, chills, fevers, and/or swollen lymph nodes.
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