sam1985; do you even know what you are talking about when you post here?
The questions that should be asked is 1. whether a biopsy has been done to assure these ARE benign and 2. are they causing the wife significant pain or discomfort that surgical removal might need to be considered?
Yes, the next step is usually this paranoia that the "big" industry, including the "medical industry" is aware of all of this and is hiding this information from the "rest" of us poor suckers. Well, I'm one of the poor suckers dealing with breast cancer AND I've been in medicine for decades and am still waiting to be "bought off" by big industry so I can start driving that big BMW around. In the meantime, I'm stuck with my 12 year old Toyota truck. In the meantime you can read this: http://www.webmd.com/skin-problems-and-treatments/features/antiperspirant-facts-safety
No brainer is correct. There is no link between these deodorants and the development of breast cancer. This is a myth. I've been using deodorants for decades and my breast cancer was not found in the area of breast you cite.
There's a risk of dehydration with regular use of enema's (even water based ones). Perhaps some of your symptoms are connected with this. Why do you feel the need to go this route to keep you "cleaned out" as opposed say, a high fiber diet and exercise?