If your GP thinks your symptoms may be due to cancer, you will be given an appointment to see one of our specialists within 2 weeks.
It is important to remember that the symptoms below can be caused by conditions other than cancer. However, if you are experiencing any of these symptoms, you should see your GP who may refer you for further investigation.
For more information about the service we provide, see our haematology section.
Looking pale, feeling tired and breathless. These are symptoms of anaemia, which is caused by a lack of red blood cells.
Getting more infections than usual, due to a lack of white blood cells.
Unusual bleeding, caused by a lack of platelets which help the blood to clot.
Feeling run down or generally unwell.
Fevers and sweats.
Other symptoms can include bone pain, enlarged lymph glands (lumps in the neck) and kidney problems.