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If you have a symptom or your screening test result suggests cancer, the doctor must find out whether it is due to cancer or some other cause. The doctor may ask about your personal and family medical history and do a physical exam. The doctor also may order lab tests, scans, or other tests or procedures.
You should know some of the general signs and symptoms of cancer. But remember, having any of these does not mean that you have cancer. Many other things cause these sign and symptoms, too.
·        Unexplained weight loss
·        Fever
·        Fatigue
·        Pain
·        Skin changes (Darker looking skin, yellowish skin and eyes, reddened skin, itching, excessive hair growth)
·        Change in bowel habits or bladder function
·        Sores that do not heal
·        White patches inside the mouth or white spots on the tongue
·        Unusual bleeding or discharge
·        Thickening or lump in the breast or other parts of the body
·        Indigestion or trouble swallowing
·        Recent change in a wart or mole or any new skin change
·        Nagging cough or hoarseness
·        Breathlessness
·        Unexplained vaginal bleeding
·        Persist hearburn or indigestion
·        Croaky voice or hoarseness
·        Looser poo or pooing more often
·        Persistent bloating
·        Difficulty swallowing
·        Mouth or tongue ulcer that won’t heal
·        Heavy night sweats
·        Unusual breast changes
·        Blood in your poo
·        Blood in your pee
·        Other symptoms
There is some test that is used for the diagnostic purpose.
·        Lab Tests
·        Imaging Procedures
CT scan
Nuclear scan
PET scan
·        Biopsy
With a needle
With an endoscope

With surgery
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