Ulcer/mass developed in the mucosa of the mouth, nose, and throat, which can spread to the neck.
A painless mass in bones and connective tissues, most commonly long bones of legs and hands.
Tumour in the brain, or cancer cells elsewhere from the body can spread to the brain.
Presents with cough and breathlessness, commonly seen in chronic smokers and in men, which is the leading cause of cancer death in men.
A painless lump in the breast and armpit, commonly seen in middle-aged women and rarely in men.
Lesion or mass in the female reproductive organs, which are the cervix, uterus, vagina, ovaries, and vulva.
Cancer cells develop in the male reproductive system which are the bladder, urethra, prostate, testis, kidney, and adrenal glands.
Reflux and smoking are leading causes of gastrointestinal cancers which lead to difficulty in eating.
Cancers in children can develop anywhere in the body as well as blood and lymphatics.
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