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Dr. Andrew Rynne

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Dr. Arun Prasad
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Dr. Arun Prasad

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Symptoms of PR-negative breast cancer

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Dr. Som Biswas MD

Hey I am 19 years and 3 months would like to know how to check my breast up myself every month and I also need to know whether I can change my breasts shape cos the very mass of my breasts ... View answer

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Dr. Hardik Sanghvi MD

Breast Cancer questions after mammogram and ultrasound Mid stage breast cancer (by very ... and crying daily already. She said now breast cancer is above 80 percent curable. I did... View answer

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Yes what should I look for in inflammatory breast cancer? ... View answer

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Dr.     Alexander H. Sheppe MD

what medications bring on bipolar like symptoms. I had breast cancer in 2016 and near the end of the 4 month chemotherapy treatment I developed these symptoms and was treated with a bipolar drug... View answer

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Dr. Ivo Ditah MD

, but is pretty well controlled ( last a1c was 6.0 ). I have a small pimple on the nipple of my left breast and am concerned this could be breast cancer ( my sister died of the disease at 33 years old... View answer

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Dr. Deepak Sundriyal MD

I have stage 1 B breast cancer , s/p Bilateral mastectomy and reconstruction, lymph nodes negative. Tumor is ER/PR Positive and Her-2 Negative. I am on Femera- Letrazole for 6 months now.... View answer

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Dr. Varadharajan Vijayakumar MD

I have been diagnosed with IDC breast cancer. So far I have been told that the ER and PR receptors are weakly positive (2% ER and 20% PR) and the HER2 is negative. I have also had an MRI... View answer

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Dr. Hardik Sanghvi MD

Breast cancer - 37 positive lymph nodes My mum was operated for breast cancer last month. She had ... receptors were negative. The results for the Her-2 receptor are still unknown. The... View answer

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Dr. Ramesh M.Vachharajani MD

history of breast cancer is extensive, from my grandmother and 2 of my 4 aunts and 3 other females 1st ...Hi, When I was 25 I found a lump in my rat breast, it was benign, I have since had a mammogram ... View answer

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Dr.  Akhtarhusian Ghausi MD

Are there any studies on women who have been diagnosed with early, stage 1 ER/PR positive breast cancer (neg nodes) and have decided to go on low dose estrogen therapy to minimize menopausal... View answer

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Dr. Jawahar Ticku MD

A painless lump in the breast at any region painless, no connection with your menstruation felt by the palm of your hand should be looked with suspicion and asked for mammography and fine needle aspiration. Dr. j....

Dr.   Binu Parameswaran Pillai MD

breast swelling ( usually hard), nipple discharge, puckering of breast skin ( like orange skin), inversion of nipple etc.

Dr. Karen Steinberg MD

You may detect a lump. Most often there are no symptoms until it is very far advanced and a mass becomes obvious. At that point it may have spread enough that it's in the lungs or bones and causing obvious...