Patient Comments: Cancer - Symptoms
What were the symptoms of your cancer?
A Doctor's View on 10 Cancer Symptoms That Men Ignore
Read the Comment by Melissa Conrad Stöppler, MD
Men may ignore cancer symptoms such as changes in the testicles, fatigue, breast lumps, enlarged lymph nodes, weight loss, fever, chronic cough, problems swallowing, bleeding, white patches in the mouth, and fatigue. Noticing symptoms early and getting them evaluated by a doctor can help detect cancer that exists and rule out cancer that does not exist. Early detection and treatment of cancer saves lives. Read the entire Doctor's View
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