Pharyngeal Cancer Symptoms
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Pharyngeal Cancer Symptoms - Initial symptoms of pharyngeal cancer sometimes mirror those of upper respiratory infections, such as a cough and sore throat. As pharyngeal cancer progresses, symptoms can worsen and include the following: prolonged sore throat, hoarseness, cough, ear pain, difficulty swallowing, bloody phlegm, unexplained weight loss, a change in voice, swollen lymph nodes, and a lump or growth inside the throat. Because pharyngeal cancer symptoms are often confused with other, non-cancerous conditions, only a medical professional can make an accurate diagnosis.
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