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Cancer Symptoms

A lump or unexplained weight loss are two signs of cancer, but there can be other symptoms. Early detection will give you the most options, so know what you should discuss with your doctor.
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Cancer: Signs, Symptoms, and Complications
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woman with abdominal pain
Cancer Symptoms That Women Should Know
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Is Your Fatigue a Symptom of Cancer?
Woman with sharp breast pain wondering what it means
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Signs and Symptoms of Eye Cancer
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What Is Cancer Fatigue and What Causes It?
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Do Enlarged Lymph Nodes Offer Clues About Cancer?
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Swollen Lymph Nodes (Adenopathy) in Cancer
Illustration showing lymph nodes in the neck
Paratracheal Lymph Nodes Overview
woman palpating lymph nodes in neck
Definition and Function of Lymph Nodes
Woman holding her stomach in pain
Understanding the Basics of Ascites
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Weight Loss as a Symptom of Cancer
nurse checking for fever
Is a Persistent Low-Grade Fever a Symptom of Cancer?
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Top Cancer Symptoms Men Shouldn't Ignore
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Nail Clubbing: Definition, Causes, and Diagnosis
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Night Sweats: Symptoms and Causes
Woman on toilet
Frequent Urination: Symptoms, Causes, Diagnosis, and Treatment
Woman with cancer sitting on couch with a mug
Know the Early Warning Signs of Cancer
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Heart Cancer: Understanding Cardiac Tumors