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... You have had two first cousins with breast cancer in the past, please believe me that those two cases do form part of your family cancer history. ... (1 replies)
... ad negative mammograms, the last one was two years ago, I have some benign cysts and dense breasts, I'm 57, with no family history, except two first cousins with breast cancer in their 30's and 40's on maternal and paternal side of the family, both were treated several years ago and are fine today. ... (1 replies)
... I just received my mammo films and reports in the mail. (I have moved to another state and needed them to take to my new doctor) I looked at what caused all the concern, and it was a tiny, tiny dot on one of the pictures. It almost looked like a faulty film. My last mammo was normal (indicated as: Negative - 0) and there was no indication of the prior calcification. So... (7 replies)

... I had that and had my biopsy today. They wanted me in right away for the biopsy. I'd ask the doctor why should you wait for so long? What makes your different than mine. The doc that did the biopsy says that 20% is cancer. I wouldn't want to take that chance. Having said that It is only right that I had there are two types of calcification, macro and micro. Macro is less... (7 replies)
... Yes, I am allergic to the isotopes in nuc med. They gave me a bone scan and I had hives from head to foot really bad. If the breast cancer ever goes to the bone don't know how they will see it as I can't have that anymore. ... (7 replies)
... e right side of my right breast. To make a long story short, the surgeon took a biopsy of the cluster and I decided to have a mastectomy rather than part of the breast off. ... (7 replies)
... Breast calcifications are quite common. Breast cancer is determined by the type of cluster and pattern of the calcifications. Not all calcification means breast cancer, but I would not wait 12 months. I would discuss with my doctor the possibility of having a followup mammo sooner. Good luck. ... (7 replies)
... everything was normal. There is no history of breast cancer in my direct family bloodline, though my grandmother's sister had it. But even she lived into her 90's and didn't die from it. ... (7 replies)
... The calcification was gone. Here I probably could have been spared all the anxiety from each of those abnormal mammos! ... (5 replies)
... Breast cancer normally is not painful. So, odds are it's some sort of calcification or cyst. Since it's hurting in the same spot on the other breast, are you sure it isn't from your bra? ... (2 replies)
... I am cured of breast cancer !!! ... (10 replies)
... I felt some hard areas in my breast and it got worse during my period, after, it got a little better but was still there. ... (0 replies)
... bla has helped. It is just from my experience and knowing a lot of women who are ALL ALIVE today after going through breast cancer. As you go along, you will actually become less anxious. ... (10 replies)
... Oh darlin' I am sorry for this news BUT even in a diagnosis of breast cancer this is GOOD NEWS! This IS early stage cancer and there are treatments galore to cure you. I also had invasive ductal carcinoma.... ... (10 replies)
... I am going to look into organic foods that fight breast cancer. ... (10 replies)
... I have never heard of this type of breast cancer metastsizing. Your radiologist IS telling the truth, and in your age bracket is when I have heard of this showing up. ... (10 replies)
... gyn's office is what has me scared, not the reality. I have been told by radiologist and I have read that linear microcalification is a very early catch of breast cancer, and that is the whole point of mammograms, to catch these things before symptoms show. ... (10 replies)
... Again.... hang in there. I will be anxious to hear. I know how terrifying this is because one hears about breast cancer ALL THE TIME. Big positive hugs to you. Please keep me posted. ... (10 replies)
... but I have had lots more friends have this be totally benign and only two with the test coming back positive. Hang in there.... I have had breast cancer and just returned from my check up with my oncologist today. 5 years cancer free. ... (10 replies)
... they told me the worst scenario is an early catch of breast cancer. That to me is not drama, am I wrong? ... (10 replies)

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