colloid carcinoma, Mammostat

Discussion in 'Health and medical' started by Mag, Jan 26, 2004.

  1. Mag

    Mag Guest

    Info. please...Does anyone know how colloid carcinoma's start? Someone
    just had a lump removed. It was, however, surrounded by smaller cysts
    filled with fluid that weren't on the mammogram two years previous.
    Could those harbor cancer cells waiting to divide and become tumors?
    Would it be better now to have complete radiation on that side to be
    sure instead of a localized dose via a mammostat (tube) directly into
    the hole where the tumor was taken out? Decisions need to be made
    quickly. There are also spots of calcium on the other side that look
    like just calcium but might be biopsied. Hard to know the best
    course...Please respond to: [email protected]