So, you notice some odd hair growth on your neck, randomly before bed you think "oh yeah, I should google WTF is up with that", a hop skip and jump later you've read nine google pages of medical reports, definitely know exactly and for sure which type of growth it is from the three types being extremely different in apearance, and they're all telling you it's rare, but what is rarer is that it's not an internal malignancy that's mobile. There are othr causes they're just rare for this rare symptom. Fast forward to 4am tired but worried unable to stop thinking of the repeatative statement in these reports/casestudy/articles/wiki that said:
"...is a reliable marker of internal malignancy (e.g. of lung, colon, or breast, as well as others) (Fig.28.4)." "It is usually a late manifestation of malignancy, when the cancer is widely disseminated and the prognosis is poor."
talk about some unexpected scariness.