Survivor since 2013
What I was trying to say is cancerous lumps seen on a mammogram usually look different from benign findings but not always. When I had a yearly mammogram back in Dec. of 2012 2 new areas were seen next to each other that hadn't been seen the year before so it was enough to be called back for additional images and U/S. The results went from a BiRads 0 to a BiRads 4. It turns out I had 2 areas of 2 different types of cancer. In the surgical specimen 2 additional areas were seen; one being the same as one of the areas we biopsied and the other a 3rd different type of cancer. None of mine produced lumps it was just changes seen since the one a year earlier. I'm sorry if I upset you with what I wrote earlier.