I had a needle biopsy and the results were inconclusive. At the advice of my doctor I had a lumpectomy and sentinel node biopsy. Also during the surgery I had a mammosite catheter put in for radiation therapy. The doctor sent the lump to the pathologist for examination and the results have not come back. Do you have any idea what the percentage is for this being benign?
My mammogram came back showing that there had been a change. I am 53 years old and prior to the mammogram I noticed a puckering of the skin where the lump was eventually found. Is the puckering usually indicative of cancer?
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