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Cancer: The ‘tiring’ problem warning you may have the fast-spreading disease

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“If a person suffers from persistent hiccups, they should speak to their doctor,” added doctor Abdeh.

“If the doctor can find no obvious reason for them, they may refer the sufferer for tests such as an endoscopy, chest X-ray, ECG or blood tests.

“It is during these tests that cancer may be detected.”

Oesophageal cancer, also known as gullet cancer, has a survival rate of 90 percent when treated at stage one after early detection.

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