Cancer is the most common cause of death nowadays! Despite the high general awareness, some studies have shown that most women tend to overlook these common symptoms of cancer!
It has been estimated that in 2016, there will be roughly 1,685,210 new diagnosis of cancer in the US alone and 595,690 of those will result in death. The most common types of cancers are: leukemia, prostate cancer, bronchus cancer, lung cancer, pancreatic cancer, kidney cancer, bladder cancer, renal pelvis cancer, breast cancer, rectum cancer, colon cancer, endometrial cancer, thyroid cancer, non-Hodgkin lymphoma and melanoma of the skin.
Types of cancer that usually affect women are skin cancer, breast cancer, ovarian cancers, cervical cancer, lung cancer, endometrial cancer and colon cancer. Awareness about these cancers and their symptoms as well as the precautions you can take in order to prevent them may help save your life. In addition, the early diagnosis (smaller cancers in size and easier to treat) greatly increases the chances of survival.
A woman's body changes all the time due to various reasons. Women experience numerous stages of growth, however sometimes the body can take an unnatural direction. All women should know the warning signs and symptoms of cancer. A great number of women have the early warning symptoms of cancer. Recognizing these early warning symptoms of cancer may save your life! Therefore, it is very important to be informed.
Breast cancer is one of the most common cancers that women get in their lifetime. This cancer can appear at any age, still the risk increases as a woman gets older. Due to certain factors, some women suffer a greater risk at having this kind of cancer than others. Regardless, all women should be aware of this cancer as well as be able to recognize the early symptoms and what can be done about it.
HERE ARE SOME EARLY WARNING SYMPTOMS OF CANCER WOMEN MUSTN'T IGNORE:
- Fatigue - If you are constantly feeling tired and the fatigue doesn't get better, combined with other symptoms such as blood in your stool, go to a doctor immediately. Your doctor will give you blood tests and inquire your complete medical history in order to give a diagnosis.
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