These are some of the signs of cancer you should watch out for.

10 cancer signs you should never ignore

Cancer Research UK has warned that 100,000 cancer patients are being diagnosed too late every year.

It has blamed staff shortages as a key reason for the delays, and has said government inaction is "crippling" the NHS. Public Health England said that around 115,000 people were diagnosed with stage 3 or 4 cancer in 2017, and the government has vowed to have three quarters of patients diagnosed at an earlier stage by 2028. Knowing the symptoms to look out for can be essential to an early diagnosis. Here are ten important signs to watch out for.

If you are not trying to lose weight and find yourself losing it quickly, it is not a good thing. It is often one of the first signs of cancer.

5. Unexplained weightloss

If you are not trying to lose weight and find yourself losing it quickly, it is not a good thing. It is often one of the first signs of cancer.
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Cancerous lumps tend to be painless. Any lumps and bumps that appear should be checked.

6. Unusual lumps

Cancerous lumps tend to be painless. Any lumps and bumps that appear should be checked.
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Extreme, long-lasting tiredness is known as chronic fatigue. It often accompanies other symptoms of cancer. If you are still tired 6 months to a year after cancer treatment is over it could mean cancer is still present.

7. Fatigue

Extreme, long-lasting tiredness is known as chronic fatigue. It often accompanies other symptoms of cancer. If you are still tired 6 months to a year after cancer treatment is over it could mean cancer is still present.
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Needing to pee more frequently can be a sign of diabetes or UTI, but can also be a sign of pancreatic cancer.

8. Needing to pee more

Needing to pee more frequently can be a sign of diabetes or UTI, but can also be a sign of pancreatic cancer.
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