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Red flag symptom of bladder cancer that can be spotted in legs as experts issue warning

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Experts are warning people in the UK to be on the lookout for warning symptoms of a common cancer - including a little-known sign that can be spotted in your legs.May is Bladder Cancer Awareness Month all over the world, and during this time, people are being urged to get educated on the symptoms of the illness.

In the UK, it's the 11th most common type of cancer, and the eighth most common type of the condition in males. It's estimated that around 10,000 people in the UK are diagnosed every year.

In order to help people get clued up on the signs and symptoms of the condition, Jennifer Argent at Patient Claim Line has named some of the most vital body changes to look out for which could be an indicator of bladder cancer.

She has also explained exactly what bladder cancer is, what could heighten your risk of developing it and when to seek treatment.

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