10 Cancer Symptoms You’re Probably Ignoring

Numbness in extremities

If your hands and feet become numb, it’s time to high-tail it to your doctor. While there are more-common explanations for extremity numbness, including pinched nerves and diabetes, tumors of the brain and spine can also limit the functionality of certain nerves, causing numbness. Either way, it’s worth speaking to a medical professional about.

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