Before you discount that persistent cough as just another part of flu season, you might want to ask your doctor to give it a second glance. According to a new study by Cancer Research U.K., more than half of adults have experienced alarm bells that could mean cancer, yet just two percent of them believed cancer could be a possible cause.

Here are the possible cancer symptoms that you must not ignore (Summary):
1. A Persistent Cough Or Hoarseness
2. Persistent Change in Bowel Habits
3. Persistent Change in Bladder Habits
4. Persistent Unexplained Pain
5. Change in the Appearance of a Mole
6. A Sore That Does Not Heal
7. Unexpected Vaginal or Rectum Bleeding
8. Unexplained Weight Loss
9. An Unexplained Lump
10. Persistent Difficulty Swallowing - Two cancers may be behind this symptom, including neck and esophageal cancer. People who see these symptoms will often start to modify their diets, eating softer foods without thinking there could be a more serious issue.

If people are experiencing any persistent symptoms, they should not just brush them off as nothing but to go to their doctor for further medical advice.

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