15 Cancer signs in children that you might be ignoring

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70% of an estimated 3,500 new cases of cancer in Filipino children diagnosed each year are in the late stages and already impossible to cure, according to the World Cancer Report. So when is a nosebleed just a nosebleed and when is it a real cause for worry? Check out these subtle cancer signs in children that you should definitely not ignore.

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