Is itching all over your body a sign of cancer? Pain in right breast too

Itching. I would think of more common causes of itching before i would think of cancer. See your primary care doc and find the cause.
Many causes! Itching is a nonspecific symptom that is a feature of many problems, like dry skin/eczema, allergies, liver problems, and yes, even cancer. However, to sort through the huge list if possibilities you need to see your doctor, who can do a complete history and physical exam.

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