Our expert says:
Breast health expert
See some of the above replies. One would have to look at the specific microcalcifications. If you are concerned, you are free to request a 2nd opinion on any medical service.
Mammography is as much science as it is art. High quality mammography should discover about 90-95% of all cancers, but will not discover 100%.
One should also have more in-depth look at your family history. Was the breast cancer in your sister uni- or bilateral; has anybody else had breast or ovarian cancer or colon cancer in the family? how many family members are healthy and how old are they? are questions to be asked.
Prof. J. Apffelstaedt
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