Inflammatory Breast Cancer Awareness Night 2016 Massachusetts

On October 7, 2016, 200+ audience members in Stoneham learned about the most aggressive form of breast cancer, Inflammatory Breast Cancer, in loving memory of wife and mom, Louise. 

Know and share the symptoms:  rapid, unusual increase in breast size; breast heaviness, soreness, aching or stabbing pain; redness, rash, blotchiness or warmth of breast skin; a “bug bite” or “bruise” that doesn’t go away; persistent itching of breast or nipple; skin ridging, thickening or dimpling like an orange peel; nipple discharge, flattening, retracting or change in color; or swollen lymph nodes under the arm or above the collar bone.  See your health care provider immediately.  Get a proper diagnosis by biopsy. 

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