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can you explain atipical cells in my breast


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How are you? Atypical cells are not necessarily precancerous. However, atypical cells do increase your breast cancer risk. They may be due to inflammation, infection or other reactive changes. Atypical cells may go back to normal on their own, or they may require a specific treatment in order for this to occur. Sometimes, they continue to change and slowly become cancer. This is why  close follow-up is necessary to make sure cancer does not develop.

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