MIL is in assisted living. Early this evening we rc'd a call from a nurse there who said my MIL came to her saying her breast was hurting. The nurse took a look at it and found she had a very large hard lump. Her son, my husband, headed right down and took her to an urgent care clinic, doctor there sent them on to ER. After several tests, etc a doctor came in and told them it is not an infection and he and the other professionals who both examined her and reviewed the tests believe it is cancer. We will get her in to appropriate doctors on Monday if possible. Based on the information the doctor got from my MIL he thinks is is an "aggressive" cancer. The lump is the size of a fist. She had not complained of breast pain prior to this (that we know of). She stopped wearing a bra several months ago because it was irritating an area she had shingles at. They also diagnosed a bladder infection at the ER. She seems to only be concerned with that right now which is not surprising. Hospital said she could stay there or she could go home. Of course we wanted to have her come to our house, but she wants to go back to her place. We did not push her to come here and did not push the C word on her. Just given the limited information at the moment can anyone offer any insight for us. What things will we need to be certain to ask? We will see her tomorrow. BTW ER is a nationally recognized hospital. It is a long way to Monday. Thank you.