ROUTINE TESTS SUCH AS PAP SMEARS AND MAMMOGRAMS ARE IMPORTANT, BUT DO NOT RELY SOLELY ON THESE TESTS. IT IS EQUALLY IMPORTANT TO LISTEN TO YOUR BODY AND NOTICE ANYTHING DIFFERENT OR INEXPLICABLE. YOU DO NOT WANT TO JOIN THE RANKS OF CANCER PATIENTS WHO REALIZE THAT IT IS TOO LATE. HERE ARE SOME SIGNS THAT ARE USUALLY OVERLOOKED:
Wheezing or shortness of breath
One of the first signs of lung cancer which patients notice is the inability to capture breath.
Chronic cough or chest pain
Several kinds of cancer, including leukemia and tumors of the lung, may cause symptoms that mimic cough or bronchitis. One way to tell the difference: problems persist or get back in the repeated cycle. Some patients feel chest pain that extends to the shoulder or down the arm.
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