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Smoker, depressed, had sore throat, lump in throat, doing exercise. Throat cancer?

hi doctor, i have been smoking for the past 27 years cos i was living in very depressive conditions. 8 years ago i developed (very) sore throat that does not heal, but i continued smoking my average 16 sticks per day. 1 month ago, i crawled out of my horrible living condition and decided to quit smoking . i could not do it cold turkey. so i used the reduction method. so, from 16, to 10, to 6, to 3. now, i am at 3 a day. my sore throat is gone. but, i feel a lump in my throat (right side) one week ago. my weight is constant. i eat well. i exercise- yoga , taichi and aerobics . could it be throat cancer? i read that throat cancer will not show on blood test, is it true?
Asked On : Sun, 13 May 2012
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HELLO,
YOU ARE ADVISED TO GET THE OPINION OF ONCOLGIST AND GET YOURSELF COMPLETE PATHOLIGICAL TEST OF BLOOD,URINE,KIDNEY AND LIVER PROILE WITH SPECIAL TEST OF T3,T4,AND TSH.YOU MAY SEND YOUR ALL TEST REPORT FOR ANY HELP ON HOMEOPATHIC REMEDIALS.
DR.MOHSIN MADNI
Answered: Sun, 13 May 2012
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