Which of the following cancers is more prevalent in teenagers and young adults?


•Ewing's sarcoma is a rare cancer of bone and soft tissue and is prevalent mainly in adolescents during the onset of puberty.

•Generally the patients have a male/female ratio of 1.6:1. It is more common in males and occurs mostly between the ages of 10-20 years. Internationally, less than 2 children per million are affected.

•Multiple myeloma is most common in the elderly.

•Wilm's tumor is most common in children.

•Chronic lymphocytic leukemia and angiosarcoma primarily affect adults.

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