Throat Cancer Symptoms
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Throat Cancer Symptoms - Symptoms of throat cancer may include the following: a lump or swelling in the throat or neck, sores or lesions in the mouth, a persistant sore throat or cough, pain (in the mouth, throat, jaw, teeth, or ear), a feeling that something is caught in the throat, thickening of the cheek, difficulty chewing or swallowing, hoarseness or other changes in the voice, frequent headaches, nosebleeds, swelling in the eyes, and numbness in the tongue or face. Because throat cancer symptoms can share many of the same characteristics as other conditions, it is important to consult with a medical professional for an accurate diagnosis.
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