If you notice symptoms, it's good to check to the doctor. If the cancer was not the least we have confirmed that it is not cancer.
Here's what to look out for and identified from cancer since early childhood:
1. Pale, bruised, or bleeding and bone pain.
2. Looks lump or swelling pain and without fever or signs of infection laing.
3. Weight loss or fever for no apparent reason, a persistent cough or shortness of breath and sweating at night.
4. Changes in the eye, such as the invisibility of white beads, cross-eyed, loss of vision, and bruising or swelling around the eyes.
5. Stomach bulge.
6. Headache persistent or severe vomiting (usually occurs in the morning or can deteriorate from day to day).
7. Pain in the hands, feet or bones and swelling without a history of trauma or infection.