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Spotting cancer at an early stage saves lives. And understanding what's normal for your body means you're more likely to notice any unusual changes.
Read our practical tips and advice for making the most of your doctor’s appointment.
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Julia noticed a lump in her breast and booked an appointment with her doctor straight away.
Find out more about some of the key symptoms of cancer. And what to do if you notice anything that's not normal for you.
Getting cancer diagnosed at an early stage, when treatment is more likely to be successful, can make a real difference.
Questions about cancer? We're here to help.
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Screening can detect cancer before any symptoms appear. Find out about the screening options available to you.
Your doctor might arrange for you to see a hospital doctor (specialist) urgently. This is to investigate your symptoms further.