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Carcinomas (colon, esophageal, stomach cancers) cause a fever?

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Dr. Douglas Miller
Pathology

In brief: Not usually

Fever is often a symptom of certain cancers, such as lymphomas, but not often of carcinomas.
It is possible, however. More often, depressed immunity from cancer or cancer treatment leads to an infection which causes fever.

In brief: Not usually

Fever is often a symptom of certain cancers, such as lymphomas, but not often of carcinomas.
It is possible, however. More often, depressed immunity from cancer or cancer treatment leads to an infection which causes fever.
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