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Breast lump

Breast lumps are common and have a number of different causes. Most lumps are not breast cancer, but any unusual changes to the breasts should be checked by a GP.
Causes of breast lumps
Most breast lumps are caused by benign (non-cancerous) conditions, although occasionally a breast lump can be a symptom of breast cancer.
Diagnosing a breast lump
It is important to be aware of how your breasts usually look and feel so you can quickly pick up on any changes that may occur.
Treating a breast lump
How a breast lump is treated will largely depend on the underlying cause and any other symptoms you have.
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