Cancer is a collection of diseases characterised by uncontrolled growth of abnormal cells that may invade neighbouring tissues or metastasize to distant organs. In contrast, benign tumors stay put and don’t invade other organs. A lump, abnormal bleeding, prolonged cough, unexpected weight loss, or a shift in bowel habits could all be warning signs. It’s possible that these symptoms are related to cancer, but there are other explanations for them as well. There are more than a hundred different kinds of cancer that can strike people. Smoking cessation, maintaining a healthy body weight, limiting alcohol consumption, eating plenty of fruits, vegetables, and whole grains, and getting recommended vaccinations can all reduce one’s risk of developing cancer.


In its early stages, cancer shows no outward signs.

Modifications to Urinary Routine

The inability to recover from a sore throat

Abnormal discharge or bleeding (such as from the nappy area or a "sore" that won't heal and oozes material).

Abnormal growth or thickening of the breast, testicles, or other body parts

A pain in the bones or elsewhere that is different from the pains one has felt in the past, whether it is worsening gradually or coming and going.

Visible alteration in the appearance of a mole or wart

Hoarseness or a persistent cough

An irrational decline in food intake or weight

Chronic indigestion or swallowing problems

Constant lethargy, sickness, or throwing up

Constant or intermittent low-grade fevers for no apparent reason.

Constantly returning infections that standard treatment fails to cure.