How do I tell if I have tonsill cancer?

More than 100 people are battling cancer in the U.S., and the number of new cases is rising.

While many people with the disease are not likely to develop cancer themselves, they do need medical treatment.

Tonsill cancer is one of the most common cancers in the world, affecting about 9 million Americans.

But the disease can be aggressive and can be fatal, with many people dying before they reach the age of 70.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates there are about 3.3 million people with cancer in America, and it’s estimated that over 1 million die of it every year.

Here are some tips on diagnosing and treating the disease:Here are some common symptoms of tonsill and its complications:Pain, swelling, redness or tenderness in your neck, shoulders or back.

Pain in your throat or throat region, including when you cough or sneeze.

Nausea, vomiting or diarrhea.

Fever.

Loss of appetite.

Hair loss.

Seizures.

Fatigue.

Muscle weakness.

Severe pain, swelling or tenderening of the legs.

Hemorrhage.

Stomach pain.

Headaches.

Vomiting or diarrhea that doesn’t get better.

Blood in your stool.

Seeking medical help.

If you have a family history of tonsil and/or tonsill cancers, talk with your doctor about treatment options.

If your doctor is not comfortable discussing tonsill treatment options with you, call the National Cancer Institute at 1-800-222-1222 or visit their website.

If tonsill tumors are found in your body, you should seek medical treatment, said Dr. Steven N. Reisman, chief of the division of gastroenterology at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center.

Treatment options include chemotherapy, radiation, surgery and physical therapy.

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