This breast cancer scares patients, challenges doctors
from The Indianapolis Star
From April 15:
When Tonya Trotter first felt a quarter-size knot in her breast, she didn't rush to get a mammogram. Over the next few months, the lump grew to the size of a tennis ball. But it was the sharp pain in her breast that finally persuaded her to go to the emergency room in August 2012. Two days later she learned she had a type of breast cancer called "triple negative."
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