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I am from New Jersey and I was wondering if anyone has heard of Her Space in West Long Branch and what your feelings are about them. I really need a third opinion now and I want to go to someone who specializes in breasts. My story is a long one....to make it short,I found a lump, waited a couple of cycles, still there... had a mammo, then they brought me to ultrasound room and radiologist came in and said he didn't like what he sees... then sent for needle core biopsy, when I got to the place for needle biopsy, the doctor said because of my age(36)she wanted another ultrasound to look at

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Breast Centers in New Jersey - Women's Choice Award


America's Best Breast Centers in New Jersey ... To see the full list of which hospitals earned the award by state: 1.Click the award in the dropdown box below, then ...
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Breast Care Center | Summit Medical Group


Summit Medical Group Breast Care Center is one of few breast centers in the United States and one of only two centers in New Jersey designated a National Consortium ...
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Montclair Breast Center


A Multidisciplinary Breast Care Facility in New Jersey Montclair Breast Center is a multidisciplinary facility which includes physicians dedicated to breast imaging ...
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Pink Breast Center - Flemington, Paterson, NJ


Where the Focus is You! PINK Breast Center - Diagnostic Imaging Centers for Women. Women in New Jersey trust PINK Breast Center for 3D mammography and other imaging ...
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Breast Center - Jacqueline M. Wilentz - Monmouth Medical ...


Wilentz Center Receives Women’s Choice Award as One of America’s Best Breast Centers. The Jacqueline M. Wilentz Comprehensive Breast Center is committed to ...
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Breast Oncology: Stacy Goldstein Breast Cancer Center ...


Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey's Stacy Goldstein Breast Cancer Center provides comprehensive and compassionate care for men and women with breast cancer.
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Best Cancer Hospitals in New Jersey - Women's Choice Award


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Breast Center NJ - Ocean Medical Center


The Breast Center at Ocean Medical Center in NJ offers the latest technology and has a fellowship-trained breast radiologist dedicated to mammography.
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Hackensack, NJ Hackensack Breast Center - YP.com


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Breast Lump Worried

No   breast cancer can be genetically linked to either parent.   Also, approximately 80 % of diagnosed women have no family history. You need to get an appointment and have this checked out.
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11 yr old with several cystic lumps on her breast??? PLEASE HELP!

Cysts are usually related to the hormone levels in the body. I would either take your Daughter to a Breast Specialist (M.D.) or to your GYN. Being only 11 yers old doesn't mean much if the hormone levels are the cause .... young women are definitely maturing at a much earlier age these days. She may well be prone to Fibrocystic Breas Condition and this is something that will have to be dealt with for years to come. This condition affects nearly half of all women but not often those so young .... it's not unheard of however.  Regards ....
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Nodule with ill-Defined Margins

     The only way to definitively identify a nodule as benign or malignant is through a biopsy, so that is the next thing that needs to be done.  An ultrasound can show if a nodule is fluid-filled or solid.  If it is fluid-filled, as in your last ultrasound, then the radiologist knows it is a cyst.  If it appears solid on ultrasound, then a biopsy needs to be done.  Ill-defined margins also indicate it is not a cyst, as most cyst have well-defined margins.  There is no way of knowing what it is without the biopsy.  There are a number of things that it could be.      I realize you are stressed right now, and there is really nothing anyone can say to take away that anxiety.  Try to think positive thoughts although it is a hard thing to do. Get the biopsy done. When you get your results you can celebrate or start taking action.      My thoughts for a good outcome are with you.  Please let us know your results.
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Microcalcifications disappeared???

I doubt that the calcifications completely disappeared. Perhaps due to a different angle they were not visible on that particular Mammogram. You should keep in mind that NOT all calcifications prove to be related to a malignancy. I do adivse you to follow-up in April as recommended. Regards ....
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ADH in left breast, high risk (adoptee) 65 yr

The standard treatment for ADH after surgical removal is Radiation and possibly also Hormone Therapy such as Tamoxifen or one of the other drugs with similar action. You need to discuss this with your Oncologist to determine the pros and cons as they apply to your specific condition. It is however the norm as treatment for ADH.    Regards ....
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Confusing results

How was the ADH explained to you? "Forwading to Dr. Page at Vanderbilt for further analyzing" Most pathologists can analyze the "obvious" but maybe it supercedes that situation? I've heard of Dr. Page and he is the BEST there is according to what I've read. It is curious that the pathologist is doing this - was your consent obtained first???   It should have been- However, always remember- just because THEY chose Dr. Page you have the right to request recuts of your tissues from the pathologist. How? [request only cuts from the original tissues] and you can send the tissues to a lab of YOUR choice.  The lab should be independant of the original lab and the results sent only to you. [outside labs will instruct patients on how to do this - either the lab will request the tissues or you can  - and  you then send to the outside lab by Fed Ex] It's understandable that most patients won't do this unless there are extraordinary circumstances......and  because most patients rely on what their docs say and go with it.   Blessings....   
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shooting pain hot hard red itchy between both breasts

Hi. From your description, it seems that you have a dermatologic problem like a possible skin infection.  You mentioned that the lesions started as a rash, then progressed and became symptomatic.  Can you characterize the rash as to its appearance?  Herpes zoster infection can present as a vesicular rash along the cutaneous nerves and can cause severe pain and discomfort.   It would be best to consult your doctor for evaluation and management.   Good luck.  
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Swollen achy breast

Although you 'naturally' have lumpy breast and a doctor has found no "suspicious" lesions (both of which are reassuring signs), it would be prudent to investigate your symptoms a bit more urgently given your strong family history of breast cancer. Have you ever had a mammography done? If so, what was the report? It wouldnt harm if you got an FNAC of the swelling done. A surgeons opinion would also be of value. I wish you good luck!
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mom of 3 & 40

With them doing a sterotactic, it seems it would be early, if it is cancer. If it is, because of your young age, you would probably need more than surgery. 3 months would be longer than normal to be laid up after surgery. I had an axillary clearnce and was back to work in 2 weeks on full duty. Lumpectomy is usually an out patient proceedure. Hopefully your kids are old enough to take there own shower and stuff. My 16 year old was very helpful through chemo and stuff. Kids really do help when they know they should. Hopefully your husband will also pitch in. A lot of people will offer to help, let them prepare meals for the freezer and babysit while husband is at work. Radiation is easier than surgery. Chemo was the hardest to recover from. Tamoxifin is for er postive cancer. The path report, if you have to have more surgery, will provide that information. If you do have cancer, it is a doable course of treatment, even with kids.
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Should I go to a wound center?

This is truly a complicated situation ... first I must ask if all three nodes were positive and if so, I am wondering why only three were removed. I'm trying to think what I would do under the same circumstances and not coming up with much ... If the infection is still being treated I might just hang in there for a week or two more but if you aren't on any treatment at the present I would make a bold move and seek the opinion of another Surgeon. Possibly also discuss the dilemma with whatever Dr. is treating you with Plavix and get an opinion from him/her.  At this point the more ideas you can get from however many Dr.s it takes certainly can't hurt. It is true that this infection may well be a stubborn one that will be difficult to treat and I'm wondering about there being additional surgery required at some point. I'm guessing that there was no mention of any type of Chemo since you only mention Radiation ... this is why I was asking if the nodes were involved as Chemo is usually advised when there is any node involvement. As far as a wound center I'm not sure. I believe that another breast specialist would be a first choice since we're dealing with breast cancer. This doesn't mean that I wouldn't give the wound center a call and see if they have any opinion as to whether they could be of some help. Then there is also your Oncologist who may have some valuable advice as to what to do first. Whatever you do, Do Not give up the hunt here ... If you wish you are welcome to contact me by Private Message also. There is a solution out there ... it's just finding it .  Kindest regards ...
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