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Cancer

It’s important to know your body and to tell your GP if you notice a change which isn’t normal for you. Anyone can develop cancer, but it’s more common as we get older – most cases are in people aged 50 or over. Don’t put something new or different about your body down to getting older or another health condition you might have. If you notice any unusual changes or anything that doesn’t go away, see your GP. Find out more about cancer at nhs.uk and visit Cancer Research UK’s website for key signs and other useful information.