BREAST CANCER - New symptoms I want to share this message with you, because last Monday Claudia died

from thi s disease. Be alert to this new manifestation of the disease. This information is for women to have in mind. In November, the sister of a frie nd developed a rash in the breast, similar to that developed when women are brea stfeeding. Because her mammogram was clean, the doctor tratoua with antibiotics. After two treatments, began to worsen. The doctor asked her to do another mammo gram and also had a biopsy, which revealed a malignant tumor of rapid growth. Ch emotherapy was started to slow growth after mastectomy and then complete course of chemotherapy and radiation treatment. Nine months after intensive treatment w as given his discharge. After a year of living each day to its limit, he was the liver cancer. Seguiramse four more treatments, when she opted to have quality o f life and interrupted treatment, not to suffer more side effects of chemotherap y. Passaramse five months, where she planned each detail of his final days. Below is her message: "Please be alert to anything unusual and is persistent, se ek help immediately. Paget's disease is a strange form of breast cancer, and app ears on the outside of the breast, on the nipple and areola . You may see a rash that becomes a lesion with dry. I never suspected it was breast cancer, but it was. I never thought my nipple di fferent, but the rash aborreceume and so I went to the doctor. Sometimes, it itc hed and was sore, but otherwise did not bother me. Aborreciame and was ugly and did not improve with all the creams prescribed by my doctor and dermatologist to the apparent dermatitis. They were concerned but did not warn me it could be ca ncerous. I realized that not many women who suspect that an injury or eruption o n the nipple or aureole can be breast cancer. Mine started with a single red in the halo. One of the biggest problems with Paget's disease is that symptoms appe ar to be harmless, and often with an inflammation or infection of the skin, enco uraging the discovery and treatment of them that way. What are the symptoms? 1 A persistent redness, dryness and drip from the nipple, causing itching and irritation. 2 A sore on your nipple that will not heal (min e was on the aureole area with a bulge in the center of nipple). 3 only one nipp le is usually affected. How is it diagnosed? The doctor should have done a physical exam and a mammogram immediately suggest. Even though the redness and scabs appear dermatitis (skin inflammation) your doctor should suspect cancer. If you see only one breast, imm ediately request a biopsy of the lesion to confirm what is happening. This message should be taken seriously and passed on to the largest possible num ber of persons (relatives and friends). It may save someone's life. My breast ca ncer went to the bones after receiving mega doses of chemotherapy, twenty-eight ( 28) radiation treatments and Tamaxofin. If this had been diagnosed with breast cancer from the beginning, probably would not have been extended. To all readers: As women, we know nothing about Paget's disease. Through email, we can make other people aware and know about their potential danger. Thus we ar e helping women everywhere. Send this message especially for your family and fri ends. It can save lives. More info: http://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Doença_de_Paget Paget's disease is a di sease of bone, being a benign disorder, systemic, which alters the speed of bone metabolism. The rate of bone resorption and construction (eg,€osteolytic and o steoblastic activities) are increased causing the progressive destruction of bon e in the body, and subsequent reconstruction of a disorganized bone (...)