Cancer symptoms: Two fruits have a ‘strong protective effect against childhood leukaemia’

Cancer Research UK reassured that most of these symptoms “are not usually cancer”.

However, to be on the safe side, it’s best for a doctor to investigate the underlying cause for any of these symptoms.

As cancer in children is considered rare, GPs might ask you to see if your child becomes better on their own, or see if they respond to antibiotics.

The rate of survival for children with cancer is improving, having doubled in the past 40 years, said Cancer Research UK.


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