6. Constipation, bloating and diarrhea:
Other symptoms of stomach cancer are constipation, diarrhea, and bloating. If a person feels problem in his bowl moment, than he should visit a doctor.
It is important for a person to consult doctor if he observes the above mention symptoms.
An unusual growth of tissue which swells the part of the body, without any inflammation is known as tumour. This abnormal growth can start in part of the body. There are trillion of cells in human body.
The growth of tumour depends upon its type. There are two types of tumour.
Benign tumour is not cancerous. It does not move into different parts of body. It usually stays in one place. They are usually removed through surgery. Once after removal they do not grow again. They may be moved easily in tissue.
Malignant tumour is also known as cancer. It can grow in any part of the body. A tumour is declared as cancerous when it grows near tissues or cell move into blood or lymphatic system and they spread in lymph nodes and other parts of the body. There are different types of cancer. One of its types will be discussed further.
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