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Should I talk to my doctor about my nasopharyngeal cancer symptoms?

Yes, you should discuss your symptoms with your doctor. You should tell your doctor about any symptoms that are ongoing and out of the ordinary for you. Most likely, other causes of your symptoms will be considered first.

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