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I found a lump. I had a mammo but was told it was lumpy breasts. It began to hurt and I was more conscious of it, so I mentioned it to my GP a year later. Was fobbed off because I'd had it checked before. But the stabbing pains grew. I went to another GP who said usually nasty ones don't hurt...
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