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HRCT Scans for chest
Do females getting HRCT chest get breast cancer later in life ? How true is this for lactating females ?
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No, not true
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You will need atleast 15-20 such CTs in a row to get high risk of cancer. Dont be so bothered by it
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Hi. I understand your concern. Do a online consult for a detailed analysis of your symptoms and reports to suggest you further management plan and treatment prescription for the same
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It's not true
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With one or two, it will not happen.There are various reasons are also present, including Genitic factors.
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won't get it with a couple of hrct's..don't worry
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