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Even before the biopsy results, Scott Davis sensed something was wrong. On a camping trip with his wife in the summer of 2015, the 55-year-old AARP creative director from Washington, D.C., noticed a small lump in his neck. Back home, his primary care doctor recommended waiting a couple of weeks. "But I just didn't feel comfortable waiting," Davis says. He was right to be worried. Arjun Joshi, a surgeon at George Washington University, performed a biopsy on his neck that showed cancer in his lymph nodes; a subsequent examination revealed that the cancer's source was one of his tonsils.
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