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Comment from: Fwance, 55-64 Female Published: October 12

My breast cancer was diagnosed from a mammogram when I was 40 yrs. old. Calcifications showed up which they decided to biopsy. There was a small intraductal carcinoma insitu. It has been 16 yrs. since-cancer free. I chose to have a simple mastectomy with tram flap reconstruction.

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