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Fibroadenoma and Breast Cancer Development

FibroadenomaChances that being diagnosed with fibroadenoma can lead to breast cancer are slim, and normally fibroadenomas are just benign lumps in breasts which are not cancerous. In very rare cases though, these lumps may turn out to be an mammary carcinoma in a small group of women. There have only been around one hundred cases of this type of breast cancer in all of the medical journals, and it is extremely rare. There are some factors that may put you at a higher risk for developing metastatic breast carcinoma if you have a history of having fibroadenomas. If you already have a history of having a breast cancer in your family and you are middle aged then you should have any of these lumps thoroughly checked by a physician.

Breast Reconstruction After Radiation Review

Breast Reconstruction After RadiationBreast reconstruction after radiation is a subject that can be complex, and if you are considering breast reconstruction and need radiation therapy there are some facts that you need to know and consider. Radiation has been an effective treatment for breast cancer for years, often after a mastectomy or breast surgery to remove tumors. These procedures can often leave scarring and breast deformities, or remove your breast completely.

7 Facts about Mammosite Balloon Procedure

Mammosite BalloonIf you have been diagnosed positive as a potential breast cancer patient your doctor may have told you about mammosite balloon procedure. You maybe still skeptical and indecisive about this procedure or you may be ready but still want some more information about it (or get a second opinion). That is why we gathered some information for you about what is mammosite balloon all about. Read on to learn about seven most important facts about mammosite balloon procedure: