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Woman with breast cancer told she had Lyme disease

A woman sought doctors advice after she found a lump in her breast. The doctors initially misdiagnosed her with Lyme disease, pre-menopause and hormonal imbalances. Eventually an ultrasound showed that she had advanced stage breast cancer. She then had a mastectomy and chemotherapy.

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About: Woman with breast cancer told she had Lyme disease

Date: 7 October 2004

Source: Hyde Park Townsman

Author: Alice Hunt


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