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Our bodies are always changing, especially when we are under stress. It’s one of the reasons why it is so important to slow down and take care of yourself when you don’t feel good.
Since cancer is most treatable when it is caught early, it is also important to pay attention when something doesn’t look or feel right.
Here are 9 cancer-related symptoms to look out for:
This doesn’t mean that every ache and pain you have could be a sign of cancer — it’s persistent symptoms that you shouldn’t ignore. When your body keeps telling you that something is wrong, pay attention!
How do you remind yourself to schedule your yearly check-up? Tell us in the below comments.
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