Breast cancer symptoms everyone should know
When we think of changes in our breasts that might mean breast cancer, we inevitably think of a lump. But other signs that something is amiss should be known by everyone. They include: 
  • skin dimpling
  • nipple retraction
  • nipple discharge
  • breast asymmetry
  • redness or rash
  • breast or nipple pain
If you have any of these symptoms, or any other change you have noticed in your breast tissue, seek medical advice. Knowing the signs and symptoms can aid in early detection and increased treatment success. 

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