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Breast cancer is far less common in the under-50s, but this can leave younger people...
For people affected by triple negative breast cancer to get together, share experiences...
Secondary breast cancer is cancer that has started in the breast and spread to other...
I think that others will agree that after the op there are numerous lumps and bumps. I had my operation on 2nd January and have a lump which I think may be from the operation. I have seen onchologist who has not raised any concerns. i also have the long vein type under the breast where the lump was removed. Take care sue x
I think this might be Mondor's cording. I had several of these following WLE/SNB (before radiotherapy) running under my breast and down across my ribs. They were very tender/painful at first but now, 9 months on, have almost gone away. There is information here about them (my BCN had not heard of them but I had them confirmed by my surgeon at a follow-up visit):
I'm sorry, don't know how to do it as a link but information can be found on the Breast Cancer Care website under the Benign Breast conditions tab if it doesn't work as a link.
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