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In its early stages, Head & Neck Cancer usually has no symptoms, but eventually a malignant tumour will grow large enough to be detected. As it continues to grow, it may press on nerves and produce pain, penetrate blood vessels and cause bleeding, or interfere with the function of a body organ or system.
Most common is a lump presents on the neck area and will not go away.
The earlier a Head & Neck Cancer is detected, the more likely it is that treatment will be successful. Understanding what symptoms and changes to your body to look out for could be important.
Some common head and neck cancer symptoms include:
That is easy go straight to your GP and ask for an immediate appointment due to having one or more of the above. Do not accept appointment in the future.
Early Diagnoses is so important and a week can make all the difference in the outcome!
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