I`m a doctor of medicine and a specialist in radiation therapy and medical oncology. I have long experience in diagnostics and treatment of breast tumours.
I'm a Doctor of Medicine and specialist in Medical Oncology and Radiation Therapy educated & trained in Sweden. Now retired. Background in Radiation Therapy, Medical Oncology, Radiation Protection, Nuclear Medicine, Diagnostic Radiology, Gynecological Oncology, Clinical Pathology, Clinical Cytology,Hematology and Internal Medicine. M.D. from the faculty of medicine, Royal Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden. Have also been an exchange student at the Hebrew University, Hadassah Medical School, Jerusalem Israel. Former medical consultant, Swedish National Board of Radiation Protection. Former Police Surgeon and Medical Examiner, Stockholm Police Department. Former Chief Medical Officer, The Royal Guards, The Royal Horse Guards and the Royal Household Brigade, Royal Swedish Army Medical Corps.You can also reach me on: http://www.lifestylerescue.com/expert/health-fitness-advice/dr-claes-gustaf/128 I have no restrictions on the number of questions there.
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I'm a medical doctor and specialist in medical oncology and radiation therapy.
I understand your concern and confusion. Your risk is higher than with a normal cancer in situ (cancer stage 0) because of the cell signs of higher activity here. But it is - as far as we now know - not
I'm a Swede living in Sweden. I'm also educated and trained in Sweden. So I have to answer from a Swedish perspective that may or may not be valid to you. My answer to all your questions have to be yes
Yes dense breasts 1. will make it more difficult too see any cancerous breast lesions and 2. will also to some extent increase your risk of a breast cancer. The high density of your breasts and the cysts
Breast discharge of this type (no blood in it) is associated with breast cancer only very rarely. If her doctor could not find any signs of any breast cancer she is most unlikely to be at risk. There are
I'm not a diagnostic radiologist so I will not discuss your pictures here. I'm a medical oncologist & radiation therapist. The matter of your scar should be directed to an experienced surgeon. I do recommend