My Mom had a mammogram a couple of days ago and was called back in today. They found an area that was of concern and wanted to do a diagnostic. We were at the breast center about all afternoon today. She had the diagnostic mammogram and then an ultra-sound. The radiologist talked with us and showed us the ultra-sound findings. He is recommending a biopsy but told us that based on his experience, we're looking at two malignant masses. The surrounding tissue and lymph nodes are in question. Once the pathology is available, a surgeon will take over. A panel of physicians will consult and decide on treatment and extent of surgery. We lost Dad six months ago to cancer. Everything can change so quickly...
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