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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Kidney cancer in early stages does not normally cause significant signs or symptoms, according to UCLA Health and American Cancer Society. Kidney cancer may grow very large and cause no pain. Sometimes a small amount of ... More »

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End-stage symptoms of cancer are fatigue, pain, appetite loss and respiratory problems, explains the American Cancer Society. Not only do patients struggle to breathe, but their breathing changes, becoming moist and cong... More »

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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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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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 »

Among the general sings and symptoms that may indicate cancer are pain, unexplained weight loss, fatigue, changes on the skin and fever. It is important to keep in mind that these symptoms do not necessarily mean that a... More »

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