Hi, Viola, I just wanted to say welcome. Sorry about your mom. In 2000 my mammogram picked up a cluster of microcalcifications under my lumpectomy incision from 1996. The surgeon I saw said it probably meant a recurrance of the breast cancer, but he needed a biopsy to be sure. Two biopsies later, there was still no new cancer. So, what they may be seeing is a cluster of calcifications, or maybe just single specks on the mammogram. One is suspicious the other is not. I hope you get some good answers to what is going on. MK has good suggestions. I know it is difficult not to be closer so you can go to the doctor with your mom. I hope someone is accompaning her on these visits. It is so helpful to have two sets of ears hearing what the doctos has to say. Best wishes, Lauri
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