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One in two people may develop cancer in their lifetime. This was recently revealed by a British study. Most tumors can be cured if caught early. Anyone who recognizes early warning symptoms can save themselves!
Half of Britons born after 1960 will develop cancer at some point in their lives. This shocking discovery was recently made by a British study for Cancer Research UK. The researchers published their findings in the British Journal of Cancer.

The older a person is, the higher the risk of developing cancer. However, between exaggerated fears and outright contempt, a point of balance must be found in managing the symptoms that appear in the human body.

Quoting the German Focus website, the American Cancer Society lists seven warning signs of cancer:

  1. A change in secretions, whether in the intestines or the bladder, such as a change in the color or nature of the stool, a fluctuation between diarrhea and constipation, and the presence of blood in the urine or stool.
  2. Wounds that do not heal, are wounds accompanied by ulcers that do not improve over time, but rather increase pain and bleeding.
  3. Unusual bleeding or discharge, such as bleeding from the genitals or nipples. A woman bleeds even after menopause.
  4. Show the contract. For example, bumps or bulges in the breasts, testicles, or other organs. In addition to the appearance of lumps or tumors under the skin.
  5. Indigestion or difficulty swallowing and feeling full even without eating a lot of food.
  6. The appearance of changes in skin moles, whether in terms of color, size, shape, or edges. An example is the appearance of shades of the color of a mole on the skin or its size exceeding five to six millimeters.
  7. Cough and hoarseness. For example, if a person has a persistent cough or changes in their voice, as well as blood in their saliva or phlegm.

The American Association recommends going to the doctor if a person has had any of these symptoms for more than two weeks without a specific cause.

In addition to these symptoms, there are other signs that can be a greater indicator of malignancy than other symptoms, namely:

  1. Unexplained weight loss is often associated with cancer of the lung, pancreas, esophagus, or stomach.
  2. Feeling pain at the beginning of the disease is linked to bone cancer, and back pain is sometimes an indication of colon and uterine cancer.
  3. Itching and the tendency of the skin to turn yellowish-brown can indicate liver cancer, and the presence of redness on the breast can mean breast cancer.

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