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Itchy black scabs on breast. Had eczema. Chances of having cancer?

I have itchy black scabes on my breast . They appear to be on the milk ducts. I have had eczema my entire life but I have never had it on my breast. I first noticed it about six months ago on my right breast but I used alot of different lotions and creams that eventually made it go away. Currenty I have a new one on my left breast that has been resistant to all differnet types of creams and lotions. I also notice that during my period they seem to be even more dry and itchy. I read that red patches and bumps could be a sign of some type of cancer but I have not been able to find anything on black itchy scabes.
Asked On : Mon, 7 Jan 2013
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Welcome And Thanks For Your Question, I Want To Say, If Your Breast Don't Secrete Or Ooze Any Liquid Or Lump like Feeling It Is Then It Is Not Cancerous. Now ! About Itch I Want To Say Keep Proper Hygiene, Apply Anti Fungal Cream Don't Rub Then Take Anti allergy Tab For Itch. And Antifungal Tab Oral At Night. In Week You Will See The Difference. Be Healthy. Bye.
Answered: Mon, 7 Jan 2013
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