It is important to recognise and know the early signs of cancer. You can find out more information about the signs and symptoms of cancer in the pages below. If you are concerned about any of your symptoms, please contact your GP. 


NHS Signs and Symptoms of Cancer

It is important to be aware of any new or worrying symptoms.
Although it's unlikely to be cancer, it's important to speak to a GP so they can investigate. Finding cancer early means it's easier to treat.
If your GP suspects cancer, they'll refer you to a specialist – usually within 2 weeks.

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Macmillan Cancer Support 

Macmillan Cancer Support provides information of the symptoms you should be aware if you are concerned about cancer. 

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Cancer Research UK Signs and Symptoms of Cancer

There has been a significant impact on cancer patients due to coronavirus - COVID19. Diagnosing cancer early could save your life or the life of someone you love. If you notice any possible cancer symptoms, or any changes that are unusual for you, contact your doctor now. Despite coronavirus the NHS is open, and your doctor is ready to see you safely. They can talk to you over the phone, or by video link, and can arrange for further tests.