| Originally Posted by KGOESER |
Though things like this are most often benign, as the other have said, I'm sure that they are more concerned due to the fact that she does have a history of another tumor. Your friend (and you too!) are in my thoughts. How old is she? I am a pharmacist in an oncology clinic and it is so amazing to me the number of young women that we see in the clinic for chemo.
I know it is UNREAL how many young girls are more at risk these days. She is only 27. I call her my "lil baby" cuz shes the youngest of my friends. She doesnt tan, or anything like that either. The first time they found the tumor, it ws sdue to a mole she wanted removed "just because", they sent it away and here it was cancer. Thank GOD she wanted it removed. I also have a friend who is now 31, who had her breast removed when she was 30. It runs chills up my arms.