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Yes it possible to have this condition without having cancer or diabetes, but it is rare to have it without any other underlying cause, eg gadolinium poisoning or multiple sclerosis. Note that cachexia is a symptom not a cause.
Taken from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cachexia
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