Suffering any rash or itch? You may have CANCER

@bmodina (241)
May 2, 2007 8:35pm CST
A painful rash or itch that won't go away is usually not harmless. But they can occasionally signal serious diseases, including internal cancers, according to a recent report from the American Academy of Dermatology. Some malignancies are known to invade the skin. Beware of the following symptoms: Severe unexplained itching, extremely dry skin that resemble fish scales that usually occur on the shins. This may be due to Hodgkin's disease. A red, crusting rash on the niple. This may be due to Paget's disease of the female you know, a rare cancer. Brownish, velvety discolorations in the underarm and groin areas. This may signal stomach cancer.
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@howhigh (758)
• Canada
3 May 07
thanks for the heads up how would you define "won't go away" at what point should someone be worried ? And by itch you me sevre right not just a scratching.. or something. How do you know any of this why should I believe you?