Mouth cancer symptoms: This sign on your tongue could signal the deadly disease

MOUTH cancer rate has increased by over 50 percent in the past decade. It is the world ’s eleventh most common cancer, with around 640,000 cases being diagnosed globally each year. Spotting a certain sign on your tongue could signal the disease. What is it?
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