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In this article, we wanted to explore ways that you can check to see if you or a loved one is suffering from one of the most devastating illnesses out there: cancer. In a year, cancer kills 10 million people, leaving sorrow and shattered lives behind as scientists work towards creating effective ways to fight it, with the hope to eventually eradicate the illness entirely.
Until the day comes when cancer is wiped away, all we ordinary people can do is check and take care of ourselves. You can check yourself for cancer in the ways listed in this article.
1. Have A Specialist Analyze Your Urine
Aside from your blood, your urine is one of the most revealing fluids in your body when it comes to overall health. If you were to have, say, bladder cancer, a specialist would be able to check for blood in the urine, or other abnormal cells. Quite a few different kinds of cancer can have an effect on urine.
2. Have A Specialist Analyze Your Blood
Speaking of blood, having it observed by a specialist is a very useful way to test for cancer. A blood analysis can check if there are any unusual cells which could be signifiers of cancer. A specialist should also see if you have either an excess or a lack of certain cells.
3. Check For A Lump On Your Breast
This advice is commonly thought to apply mainly to women, but trust us, men are fully capable of getting this illness as well, and should check themselves. You can go to a specialist to look for a bump, or other type of marking on your chest, or you can check yourself. We highly advise that you do both.
Protect yourself and the ones you care for by checking for cancer.