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    Why would a doctor recommend having a biopsy?

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    Family Member or Loved One
    almost 7 years 2 answers
    • Jo Ann Timberlake Profile
      anonymous
      Survivor since 2009

      A doctor will recommend a biopsy if they detect a suspicious place on the breast that they are not able to sufficiently identiy as nonthreatening through such diagnostic procedures as a mammogram or sonigram.

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      anonymous
      Learning About Breast Cancer

      Hello every one.
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      Hello every one.
      I'm Christina Brayn. I'm from US-Dallas. I'm am so excited am a Complete woman Again, I Was Infected With Herpes virus since 3 Years now I am devastated and am finding it hard to cope i was emotionally down I Have Been Seriously Praying To God And Searching For Cure.So as I was browsing through the Internet one day, I came across a website that suggested that Dr. IyaryI can help cure any type of virus like Herpes, Hiv/Aids cancer and Asthma…e.t.c And I Contacted Him, He Sent Me A Medicine And Directed Me On How I Will Take The Medicine For 21 Days, I Did So And Went For A Test And My Result Came Out As Negative. I Am So Happy, I Shared Tears Of Happiness And I Have Taken It Upon My Self To Always Testify About How God Used Dr. IyaryI To Solve My Problem. I Am A Clean woman Now, Without Any Virus If You Are Infected With Any Disease Like HIV AIDS, CANCER ,HERPES Or Any Other Disease You Can Also Be Happy Like Me By Contacting Dr. Iyaryi Through His Email driayaryi2012@hotmail.com And also Reach him on WhatsApp Number: +2349057915709 Thanks Dr. Iyaryi driayaryi2012@hotmail.com

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    What is the percentage of reoccurrence with invasive ductal carcinoma, no spread to nodes?

    Asked by anonymous

    Learning About Breast Cancer
    almost 7 years 2 answers
    • Susan Green Profile
      anonymous
      Patient

      I would like to know the answer the that question also. I hope you had good luck. I'm waiting to see what will happen next. I had a mastectomy with three lymph nodes removed. The tumor was 5 cm and nodes were negative. It's been four weeks and still waiting! Good luck to you!

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    • carol small Profile
      anonymous
      Learning About Breast Cancer

      I am recently undergoing diagnosis and soon treatment for a recurrence after 18 years. There is not much literature out there because we are about 2% of the BC population. In 1994 I had 4mm invasive DCIS with no nodes. I only had surgery, no radiation, no chemo. However I now have a 3 inch x...

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      I am recently undergoing diagnosis and soon treatment for a recurrence after 18 years. There is not much literature out there because we are about 2% of the BC population. In 1994 I had 4mm invasive DCIS with no nodes. I only had surgery, no radiation, no chemo. However I now have a 3 inch x 1 1/2 inch tumor under my left arm that presents as breast cancer, but there is no breast tissue there due to masectomy. Unfortunately it has spread to a 1 cm tumor on my liver and a 1cm tumor on my spine. I think the first line of treatment will be radiation, and I am going to seek proton radiation therapy out of state because of the close proximity to my heart. Then I will be treated as chronic disease for chemo. I did not find it myself on self exam, it was hidden deep in my armpit. My regular exam doc found it.

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    Does a family history of breast cancer put someone at a higher risk?

    Asked by anonymous

    Learning About Breast Cancer
    almost 7 years 2 answers
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      anonymous
      Learning About Breast Cancer

      yes a family history of breast or ovarian cancer does put you at higher risk for breast cancer. talk with your doctor to have regular mammograms.

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    • France P Profile
      anonymous
      Survivor since 2012

      I would say that a history indicates a risk of a genetic factor, wich can be a higher risk for having cancer... But that is 2 "if", and there is not only one kind of genetic cancer (BRCA), there are many other possibilities wich I think don't always involve a high risk... Best thing is to talk...

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      I would say that a history indicates a risk of a genetic factor, wich can be a higher risk for having cancer... But that is 2 "if", and there is not only one kind of genetic cancer (BRCA), there are many other possibilities wich I think don't always involve a high risk... Best thing is to talk to a specialist about that...

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    Can you get breast cancer if you have breast implants?

    Asked by anonymous

    Family Member or Loved One
    almost 7 years 2 answers
    • Catherine Nodurft Profile
      anonymous
      Family Member or Loved One

      Yes, but having implants makes it more difficult to detect lumps when performing a self-exam.

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    • Sheryl Love Profile
      anonymous
      Stage 2A Patient

      Yes. I was diagnosed October 26th with Invasive Ductal Carcinoma. My surgery is November 28th. Plan A right now is a lumpectomy and radiation and estrogen therapy. I had breast augmentation in 2008.

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