10 Deceptive Cancer Symptoms You Might Not Recognize
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There's no denying cancer and its deadly arsenal of frightening symptoms. But what if the symptoms that precede cancer are more innocuous and seemingly innocent than many realize?

Over a million people are diagnosed with cancer every year in the United States. And the American Cancer Society tells us that this number continues to grow. If people took more proactive steps to learn and inform others about cancer risks and warning signs, perhaps we could be one step closer to tackling this difficult and deadly disease.

There are many things that can be done to ward off disease. Exercise, a healthy diet, and partaking in established screening tests are just a few lifestyle habits that can help you remain fit, healthy, and in tip-top shape.

And without a doubt, the best way to combat any life-threatening disease is to halt it in its tracks as early as possible. That's why it's so important to listen to your body and what it's telling you. If you've been feeling under the weather for a prolonged period of time, don't procrastinate. Visit your local physician and get a routine check-up.

To be clear, not every ache and pain you feel suggests a sinister underlying condition. Sometimes a headache really is just a headache! But it's always best to be knowledgeable and aware of the warning signs.

Here are 10 cancer symptoms you should be on the lookout for.

10 Deceptive Cancer Symptoms You Might Not Recognize
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Persistent Fatigue
Perhaps you've been feeling jaded for several weeks; or maybe you've found yourself panting for breath after just a little exertion. These symptoms may be a sign of several cancer types, including colon cancer, lymphoma, stomach cancer, leukemia, etc. This is according to the Chief Cancer Control Officer for the American Cancer Society, Dr. Richard Wender.

Being fatigued as a result of cancer is quite different from regular fatigue, says Dr. Wender. Fatigue caused by cancer lasts for longer and getting more sleep doesn't help. It is described as overwhelming by many people, affecting most aspects of their lives. They say fatigue is the most challenging side effect of living with cancer as well as actually treating it.
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