Hello, I am a RN with approx 7 years of experience with the majority in cardiac critical care, some pre/post (IR, EP, Cath) + some IR & Cath intra-op experience. In my new job (first outpatient gig) a fellow nurse says she suspects cancer with a patient when she hears certain things. I know NOTHING about cancer patients. Thoughts about this case? 28year old male with NKDA, doesn't take medications other than Ibuprofen/Tylenol to help with his symptoms, and has no sig past medical history. Comes in with complaints of general weakness, muscle aches, fatigue, chills, sweating, mild to moderate dry cough, sore throat, nausea, and a fever (ranging from 100.2 - 103.5) that's been going on for the last week or so. Had two (rapid) COVID tests done which are neg (PCR recently done, results pending). Negative for flu and strep as well. CXR unremarkable. Other than the fever, vitals are WDL. Cardiac sounds normal and lung sounds clear. Pt also c/o occasional, random pain in the abd - left flank area. For the last 4-6 weeks also c/o "weird muscle, tendon or bone pain, in the right foot. Described as a cracking and spasming feeling and happens regularly throughout the day, even just when walking around the house, and had put a pause on any sort of long walks and jogging since that started. Labs pending, with only CBC results avail at this time. Abnormal CBC values: WBC = 2.5, Platelets = 92, Lym# = 0.5. Also, patient BMI 19 (per patient, has always been underweight). Has had relatives pos for random cancers here and there. His younger sister was treated for leukemia a few years ago and is doing well now. This is not my area of expertise - not one bit - and apologize if this is a silly question: Is there too little information in this case for it to be fair suspect cancer, or is it mod possible? Thanks!