Signs, Symptoms and Screening


Symptoms of Cancer

Cancer is easier to treat the earlier it is detected. Below are some possible symptoms of Cancer as identified by Cancer Research UK
This is not every cancer symptom and most of the time these symptoms wont be cancer. However, if you experience any of these symptoms or notice something unusual for you, you should discuss with your GP.


Unexplained vaginal bleeding

Very heavy night sweats

Croaky voice or hoarseness

Persistent heartburn or indigestion

Mouth or tongue ulcer that won’t heal

Persistent bloating

Difficulty swallowing

A change in bowel habit, such as constipation, looser poo or pooing more often

Persistent cough

Sore that wont heal

Appetite loss

Unusual breast changes

Blood in your poo

Blood in your wee

Problems peeing

Unexplained weight loss

New mole or changes to a mole

Coughing up blood

Unusual lump or swelling

Unexplained pain or ache