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    teeftaller posted:
    I have been watching a place on my left breast for a couple of months now. there is no knots at all. there are two places, close to each other. they look like two brown bruises. they don't hurt, Ive just been very concerned with them. could they be a type of cancer? one of the places has a rough feel to the skin.
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    jenna291 responded:
    Hi teeftaller, I would always recommend you contact your doctor with any changes to the breast. It could be something benign, but it should be checked out.
    Please call, and let us know how you made out -
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    sam1985 replied to jenna291's response:
    please have a check here = http://www.empowereddoctor.com


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