Enlarged lymph glands indicate changes in the lymphatic system, which can be a sign of cancer. Painless lump under armpit often leads to breast cancer, while a lump on groin and neck, may reference an early sign of leukemia.
Lumps in breast tissue are often discovered by those who regularly perform self-exams. Regularly performing self-exams and knowing what to look for can help you recognize when something has changed. Self-exams can be performed on other parts of the body as well and can allow you to discover lumps before they develop into larger tumors.
Difficulty in swallowing is a symptom commonly associated with cervical cancer or one of the first symptoms of lung cancer.
Bumps that appear inside the mouth, gums or throat, especially if they are white in color, should be checked out by a health care professional.
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