ANST - ANST- Ladies Chest Protection
ad-4na at mail.utexas.edu
Mon Nov 3 06:58:08 PST 1997
At 10:55 PM 11/2/97 -0600, you wrote:
>Methinks you are much mistaken. Sharp blows to the breast can cause cysts
>to develop, and they are removed and sent to be tested for cancer.
>Marthe de Blenkinsop
Exacamento!! That is what I was referring to earlier in one of my posts!!!
I ended up with a lump exactly where I received a sharp blow and had to have
it removed and tested. Remember, too, that non-malignant lumps can grow and
become cancerous in the center (ask Lady Osprey). But I think the main
point remains that the sternum and xiphoid need to be protected--on both
sexes. Sir Conor received a blow there and couldn't draw enough breath to
tell the guy (it was in a melee) that the shot was good. If the person in
question had hit him in the same spot again, it might have gone very badly
HL Catherine Harwell
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