Any Nipple Discharge — Particularly Clear Discharge Or Bloody Discharge It is also important to note that a milky discharge that is present when a woman is not breastfeeding should be checked by her doctor, although it is not linked with breast cancer.
If I have some symptoms, is it likely to be cancer?
Most often, these symptoms are not due to cancer, but any breast cancer symptom you notice should be investigated as soon as it is discovered. If you have any of these symptoms, you should tell your healthcare provider so that the problem can be diagnosed and treated.
If I have no symptoms, should I assume I do not have cancer?
Although there's no need to worry, regular screenings are always important. Your doctor can check for breast cancer before you have any noticeable symptoms. During your office visit, your doctor will ask about your personal and family medical history and perform a physical examination. In addition, your doctor may order one or more imaging tests, such as a mammogram.
The Kingsbury Nurtures and Cancer Care Association's immediate concern is to create awareness that breast cancer can be cured if detected early through regular screenings and the long-term objective is to raise adequate funds for the purchasing of mobile mammography machines.
Given below are the details for those of would like to contribute to the purchase of mammography machines.
Cheques in favour of “The Cancer Care Association” can be posted to No.55, Munasingha Mawatha, Galawilawatta, Homagama, Sri Lanka or their accounts at the following banks:
Commercila bank (Homagama) — 1290025562
Bank of Ceylon (Maharagama) — 75181082
Sampath Bank (Gangodawila) — 113561000289
Hatton National Bank (Nugegoda) — 027020516593
Peoples Bank (Gangodawila) — 097200180012126
National Savings bank(Navinna) — 101190157473