Cancer survivors in the East Midlands say more needs to be done to ensure that bone cancer is diagnosed quicker and more efficiently.
The cancer mostly affects children and young adults, but survival rates have remained unchanged for the last 25 years.
Two survivors say more lives could be saved if GPs referred patients for x-rays much earlier.
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