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If your blood pressure is typically fine—or at least stable—and you notice it’s starting to climb at a routine doctor visit, it could be a sign of kidney cancer, according to the Cleveland Clinic. Your kidneys help manage the fluid balance in your body and your blood pressure by releasing a hormone called renin; cancer can interfere with this process. Talk to your doctor about other symptoms that could help narrow down the reason for the rise.

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