Early detection key to successful treatment
The Jakarta Post
PREMIUM One day when Nuraini was taking a shower, she felt a hard lump on her left breast. It was like a tiny, moving ball trying to break out from below the skin. She went to visit a doctor at a nearby Puskesmas (community health center) and was told the lump was nothing to worry about. Luckily her husband insisted she get a second opinion at a hospital. "It turned out it was a benign tumor at stag...
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