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Cancer specialist outlines 10 symptoms that should never be ignored Patients ask often.

Get emergency care now. 5. Bloodstream in the rectum, stool, urine, or mucus. 6. A fresh bump or lump, not painful or associated with trauma particularly. Cancer usually is not painful. A lump or bump which has occurred fairly quickly and seems tender is nearly always not cancer. But if it doesn't disappear more than a week or so and you can't remember in the event that you hurt yourself presently there, see your physician. 7. Moles: If a mole quickly appears or darkens or itches over a comparatively short number of weeks, or begins to bleed, you need to have a biopsy .