A cancer-related skin rash is caused by a cancerous or precancerous condition that produces abnormal changes in the skin. Some growths and rashes can indicate cancer or cancer-related problems.Can rashes be a sign of cancer?
On very rare occasions, a rash can be a symptom of cancer. Knowing the difference can help a person seek the necessary help or avoid anxiety about a noncancerous rash. Changes in the skin can occur due to a cancerous cause or a precancerous cause.Is itching a sign of cancer?
Itching is usually an uncomfortable feeling that can cause restlessness, anxiety, skin sores, and infection. You might hear your cancer care team refer to itching as pruritus. In cancer patients, itching can be caused by: Cancer treatments such as chemotherapy, radiation, targeted therapy, or immunotherapy