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Have pre-cancer cells. Can feel it in chest. Seek further help?

Hello, i am going for an operation on 4th sept 2012 as i have pre cancel cells that need removing and treating. I started with a light chesty cough on thursday but im hardly coughing at all and just feel it in my chest. Also i have hot sweats too. Ive been taking day and night nurse from the chemist and seems to be helping. Would i still be ok To go ahead with my operation or do i need to ring the doctor and ask or cancel?
Asked On : Tue, 4 Sep 2012
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The information that you have provided is insufficient to give you a reasonable advice. First, there is no surgery to remove pre-cancerous cells from the body. Second, none of your symptoms suggest that you have cancer or even pre-cancer. You seem to be suffering from a bout coryza and common cold. If you could provide information regarding any investigations that you have undergone or the nature of the surgery that you have been advised, I maybe able to enlighten you further. It would be a good idea to ask your doctor about this
Answered: Sat, 21 Sep 2013
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