Early signs of cancer:
1- Lumps and swelling of the lymph nodes:
Lymph nodes swell in the neck or armpits and appear enlarged, and the swelling may go away within two weeks, and if they remain swollen or appear lumps, this is a sign that something else may be wrong or have cancer.
2- The presence of blood in the stool:
The presence of clear bright red blood in the stool indicates the need for a blood test for possible colon cancer.
3- The voice is hoarse and will not disappear:
Recovering from a cold or another illness may cause a person to have a hoarse voice, but if your voice becomes unnecessarily hoarse then it is a sign of throat cancer.
Jaundice is the yellowing of the skin and eyes that may itch and irritate, and then the skin turns yellow when a tumor blocks the bile duct.
5- There is a skin growth on the head or neck:
According to dermatological studies, about one million Americans are diagnosed each year with basal cell carcinoma, which is a common form of skin cancer.
6- There is a single hard lump in the breast:
Lumps and bumps in breast tissue are signs of possible cancer growth.
7- There are white or gray spots in the mouth:
When there are thick areas in the apex with gray or white spots, it is possible that there is a change in the tissue due to the cancer.