Embarrassment prompting millions to delay checking cancer symptoms

Millions of people put off getting cancer symptoms checked for more than two months because they are embarrassed, according to research by Bupa. Vaginal bleeding is viewed by UK adults as the ‘most embarrassing’ symptom to discuss with a doctor, followed by groin or pelvic pain, blood in urine and anal bleeding. A survey of…

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