How Cancer Is Diagnosed?

Cancer can be apparent by some signs like weakness, weight loss, mass, swelling, or an abnormal structure, or can also be diagnosed by screening tests when the patient fells healthy.


Signs of the cancer are as follows:


  • Weakness
  • Pain
  • Fever
  • Mass on the breasts or body
  • Persistent and unexplained cough and snoring
  • Skin changes
  • Changes in defecation and urination habits
  • Changes in moles and warts
  • Weight loss
  • Abnormal bleeding

These changes do not necessarily mean cancer, but if they present for longer than normal, patients should go to see a doctor.