Symptoms of throat cancer

You may have throat cancer if you experience any one of the following:

● Persistent cough – see your doctor immediately if you are coughing up blood

● Voice changes like sudden hoarseness or inability to enunciate clearly and properly

● Difficulty in swallowing

● A non-healing lump or sore

● A persistent sore throat

● Sudden and dramatic weight loss

● Continually needing to clear your throat

● Swollen lymph nodes in your neck

● Wheezing

● Pain in your ears

If you have experienced even one of the symptoms mentioned above, see your doctor immediately. Doing so could save your life!

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