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    Anon_130404 posted:
    Five years ago I was diagnosed and treated for breast cancer (lumpectomy), no cancer in the lymph nodes. A few years later breast cancer was found in the lymph nodes under the sternum and collarbone (same side as breast cancer). The tumors under the collarbone were removed and I received chemo/radiation. It has been a year and I have a small bump on the lower neck/upper back region (same side). Could this be the same cancer as before (no infection, etc)? I have notified my oncologist and they are waiting until next month when I have annual CT scan done.
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