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Cancer Check up


To detect cancer early there are two things you can do

  • Complete Physical Exam
  • Have a check-up. See your doctor promptly if you notice any changes.
  • Attend a screening program if it's recommended for you.

Check-ups - Why should I have a check up and when?

  • Most cancers can be detected in the early stages, when they're easier to treat if the symptoms are noticed.
  • It is important for people of all ages to have a check up from your GP when you notice anything unusual or have any concerns.
  • Know what is normal for you so that you can quickly identify when there are changes.

Things to look out for are:

  • Lumps or sores that don't heal (like an ulcer in your mouth)
  • Coughs or hoarseness that won't go away
  • Unexplained weight loss
  • A mole or skin spot that changes shape, size or colour
  • Changes in your toilet habits


  • Physician Consultation
  • Gynaecologist Consultation
  • Dietician Consultation


  • CBC - Complete Blood Count
  • ESR - erythrocyte sedimentation rate
  • Pap Smear (for Female) - Papanicolaou test
  • USG Abdomen - Ultrasound Sonography Test
  • Mammography (for Female)
  • PSA (for Male) - Prostate-specific antigen


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