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Updated 09 March 2011

16 scary symptoms

A headache, double vision, unexplained lumps, a persistent cough. When should you get to the doctor right away?

A headache, double vision, unexplained lumps, a persistent cough. When should you get to the doctor right away?

But a doctor's visit could save your life. Early intervention in the case of a disease such as cancer, could make all the difference. It is simply better to bite the bullet and make that appointment, rather than lying awake for months and doing nothing about it.

 
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