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i was taking a bath one day and felt a lump as i was washing.so i made an appointment with my dr and she sent me to a surgeon and he first tried aspiration but nothing came out of the syringe.then he said lets get a mammogram done .so the following day i had my mammogram they found what was called microscopic calcifications.i was worried when i read up on it.so i waited to what the next step was,so the next week i was sent to the hospital to have a biopsy done.he removed i think was 5 or 6 cells,but thank god they were negative.then again i had another biopsy done.removed some more cells again negative.i was very happy as breast cancer runs in my family.i like to think i am a survivor cuz they could have been positive but the good lord was watching over me.

angel
bradford, RI

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