Do Cancerous Lumps Move around?

Answer

Cancerous lumps are very hard and hardly move about. It is only the benign lumps that move about slightly when one pushes against them. To avoid unnecessary worry and anxiety, visit you doctor for a correct diagnosis. The good news is that a large chunk of lumps are not cancerous; they are just benign.
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Most cancer lumps do not move but some of them do. Most of the lumps that move are benign and several diagnostic tests are done to establish whether a moving lump is cancerous.
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