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I have microcalcifications, if benign do they have to be removed,can they turn into cancer.Hormorn replacement effects?

Related Topics: Cancer, Benign

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Hi and welcome!

Here is some information on breast calcifications that may answer at lesat some of your questions. As you can see from this article, they are usually benign (noncancerous).

Be sure to explore more information with your doctor.

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