QUESTION: I was diagnosed with lowgrade infiltrating ductal carcinoma with two out of 14 nodes positive. I had two more lumpectomies before I got clean margins.
Scar tissue and breast cancer I have a painless lump in my left nipple I just found I got my nipple twisted really bad when I was a teen. Is this breast cancer or
Learn about breast cysts, how to tell if a lump is a cyst instead of a tumor, and what to do if you have fibrocystic breasts.
EXETER While many breast cancers are treatable, surgery can leave the patient with a lifelong reminder. The two types of breast cancer surgery, lumpectomy, which
Breast Cancer Patient Benefits from Hidden Scar. When facing breast cancer, the frightening threat of the disease can sidetrack longterm thinking.
Dr. Jacquelyn Palmer, a surgical breast oncologist at Mercy Health Fairfield Hospital, used a newer technique called" hidden scar breast cancer surgery. "
Scar tissue forms as part of the healing process after a skin injury. A scar is fibrous tissue made of collagen that replaces the injured skin.
By: Denise Stewart, founder of Breast and Shoulder Rehabilitation and Breast Cancer Occupational Therapist. The soft tissues of the chest, breast, shoulder, neck and
Hidden Scar Breast Cancer Surgery is an advanced approach in which breast surgeons remove cancerous tissue through a single incision made in inconspicuous areas to
Background The relationship between radial scars and breast cancer is unclear, as the results of different studies are inconsistent. We aim to solve the controversy
Learn about scarring from breast cancer treatments such as surgery and radiation therapy, including whether or not it can be prevented.
10 breast cancer survivors share the stories behind their double and single mastectomy tattoos, courtesy of P. ink an organization that connects breast cancer
Mastectomy patients are increasingly opting for colorful ink to reclaim their bodies.
Researchers reduce breast cancer spread by blocking tissue scarring Date: January 24, 2013 Source: University of Copenhagen Summary: What to fear most if faced by a
To the Editor: Jacobs et al. (Feb. 11 issue)1 found that radial scars were an independent risk factor for breast cancer. We are surprised that the authors did not