Cancer symptoms are often caused by something less serious, but there’s still a chance it could be a sign of the condition. Any changes in the body should be checked out by a GP. Spotting cancer early means treatment is more likely to be successful. While a lump is one of the more commonly known symptoms of cancer, there are some less well-known signs.
Three signs commonly mistaken for less serious health problems are problems peeing, having blood in poo and persistent bloating, according to Cancer Research UK.
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