I have read that the symptoms:-changing of the shape of wart suddenly & sudden weight loss, may be the signs of cancer. How far is it true? Moreover, is the presence of a minor protrusion or bump suggest the same?...How to distinguish. Please reply.
All of this is true, but has no significance for any one individual. If a wart or growth changes shape, or there is abnormal weight loss, the only way to have it evaluated is by an in-person evaluation by a physician. Bear in mind that millions of people experience these symptoms for a variety of reasons and do not have malignancies.
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