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Does having asymmetrical breasts mean I'll get breast cancer?

There is no woman who has perfectly symmetrical breasts, and it’s not abnormal in the least. But if you notice that your breasts are becoming more and more asymmetric over time, they should be looked at. That could mean that something is going on in the breast that should be evaluated by a physician.

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