Does puss and breast lumps mean cancer?

Not automatically. Pus and breast lumps do not automatically mean cancer. This rather points to clogged gland ducts with resulting infection producing pus. It nevertheless requires attention by a physician.

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Can immovable lumps in the breast always mean cancer?

No. Always and never are words we seldom use in medicine. That said, any suspicious lumps should be evaluated and women should faithfully get their age and risk-appropriate screening tests (like mammograms). Better be safe than sorry. Oh, and go steelers. Read more...

Can you tell me if all lumps in the breast mean cancer?

They do not. The large majority of breast lumps are not cancer. Anyone who tells you otherwise is wrong. Any dominant breast mass, and any mass found on mammography to be suspicious, needs your physician's attention. Read more...

Does new lamp in breast that diagnosed in ultra sound for a women over 60, mean cancer? Lumps in women over 60?

Most not cancer. http://www.webmd.com/breast-cancer/features/breast-lumps-8-myths-and-facts Most breast lumps are not cancer. Definitive diagnosis usually needs a biopsy and tissue examination by a pathologist. See the site given above for more information. Read more...

What do lumps in the chest mean? Gynecomastia or breast cancer?

Either one + others. Most palpable female breast lumps are caused by either normal fibroglandular tissues, fibrocystic change, cysts, fibroadenomata, lipomas, focal mastitis (infection), or cancer.Gynecomastia by definition is male breast enlargement, usually from benign causes. It may be unilateral or more frequently bilateral. However, the are several thousand male breast cancers diagnosed each year. Read more...
Either. Masses in the chest could be gynecomastia or breast cancer. Best to be evaluated by your physician for diagnosis and treatment recommendations. Read more...