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Unexplained weight loss, fatigue, fever, pain and skin changes are the five most common signs and symptoms of cancer, according to the American Cancer Society. Each of these may be indicative of other conditions, but if ... More »

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Five signs of lung cancer include developing a cough that refuses to go away even after treatment, chest pain that feels worse when an individual coughs or laughs, coughing up blood, weight loss and general body weakness... More »

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Symptoms of ovarian cancer include bloating, abdominal pain, weight loss, trouble eating and urinary symptoms, according to the American Cancer Society. Although these symptoms can be linked to other noncancerous conditi... More »

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According to the American Cancer Society, generalized signs and symptoms of cancer include unexplained weight loss, fever, fatigue, unexplained pain, skin changes, changes in bowel or bladder functions, wounds that do no... More »

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Cancer symptoms vary depending on the type of cancer, but unexplained weight loss, fatigue, skin changes, fever and pain are some general signs and symptoms of cancer, says the American Cancer Society. If these signs or ... More »

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As the American Cancer Society explains, symptoms of cancer generally include fatigue that does not improve with rest, localized pain in one area of the body that does not respond to medications, changes in the color and... More »

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The usual signs and symptoms of cancer include significant weight loss, fever, fatigue and pain, states the American Cancer Society. Cancer's signs and symptoms depend on its location and size and the extent of its effec... More »

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