To protect ourselves from the coronavirus, many of us are putting off our annual check-ups and screenings, which are often associated with cancer. It’s understandable. However, early detection is one of the best weapons against the disease.
Screening can detect cancer before symptoms appear. You too can pick up early warning signs by paying attention to changes in your body. If you notice something new or different that lasts a few weeks or lasts a few weeks, see your healthcare provider. Not all signs of cancer are cancer. Here are 17 symptoms that should prompt you to call your doctor.
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