A lump on the face, nose, or inside the mouth. Constant runny nose. Frequent nosebleeds. Difficulty opening your mouth.
It is known that various types of cancers could exhibit different associations with atopic disease. With respect to the prevalence of allergic rhinitis, some studies have confirmed an increase in allergic rhinitis in patients with lung cancer and a lack of association with hematological malignancies [3, 23, 24].