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How fast does invasive ductal carcinoma of the breast begin to metastasis?

How fast does invasive ductal carcinoma of the breast begin to metastasis?

Depends: Invasive breast cancer has the ability to spread but not all invasive cancers do spread, especially if caught early. Cancer grows at different rates in people depending on age, hormone status of the tumor and genetic make up of the person. It is important to understand all of your options regarding treatment. ...Read more

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Dr. Barry Rosen
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Cancer (Definition)

Cancer is a group of diseases that is characterized by uncontrolled cell growth leading to invasion of surrounding tissues that spread to other parts of the body. Cancer can begin anywhere in the body and is usually related to one or more genetic mutations that allow normal cells to become malignant by interfering with internal cellular control mechanisms, such as programmed cell death or by preventing ...Read more


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Can breast carcinoma be cured?

Can breast carcinoma be cured?

Yes for many: Breast carcinoma is curable as long as it has not metastasized to other organs {stage 4}. The probability of cure is dependent on factors such as stage and hormone receptor status. ...Read more

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What are the tests for breast carcinoma?

What are the tests for breast carcinoma?

Mammogram/ultrasound: The main tests used to evaluate for breast cancer are digital mammograms and breast ultrasound. If there is any abnormality or palpable lump, a core or fine needle biopsy is performed. Other tests used to help: mri, bsgi, pem. Your physician and radiologist will determine which tests are best for each individual. ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of breast carcinoma?

What are the symptoms of breast carcinoma?

None: Breast cancer does not usually cause symptoms. It can be a palpable mess or just an abnormal finding on the mammogram. It depends on the size. Aim is usually not a characteristic finding unless a large mass is palpable. ...Read more

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If you get breast carcinoma, how do you feel?

If you get breast carcinoma, how do you feel?

Initially no symptom: A breast cancer can grow for about 8 to 10 years before it reaches 1 centimeter in diameter - about 3/8's of an inch. A breast cancer that size would likely have no symptoms at all, and would be unlikely to be detected on a breast exam by you or your doctor. However, a breast cancer could show up on a mammogram years before it reaches even 1 centimeter in size. Do your mammograms as recommended. ...Read more

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How does having breast carcinoma change things?

Life-changer: I think that every person who is diagnosed with any type of cancer goes thru that initial "shock" which can be overwhelming. However, most (breast) cancers can be readily treated, and many cured. The best thing to do is to aggressively seek out medical info and try to "take control" of the disease, rather than the other way around. In time, one will hopefully get back to their normal lives. ...Read more

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Where I can find a site medullary carcinoma of breast online?

Where I can find a site medullary carcinoma of breast online?

Information: Please open this link - http://www.Ncbi.Nlm.Nih.Gov/pubmed?Term=medullary%20carcinoma%20of%20the%20breast.

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I have just been diagnosed with infiltrative ductal carcinoma (breast)? What happens next?

Several steps: The surgeon will discuss options for breast surgery. You may chose conservation or mastectomy. If there is plan for a lumpectomy a sentinel lymph node sample might be suggested. Your tumor will be tested for her-2, hormone receptors, and sometimes for an oncotype test to determine the best preventative treatment. The team should review all of the options. A genetics test might also be suggested. ...Read more

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Are there any biochemical tests to confirm breast carcinoma apart from clinical examination..

Are there any biochemical tests to confirm breast carcinoma apart from clinical examination..

Only way: To confirm breast cancer is by biopsy only , examination is for clinical diagnosis only , confirmation is by tissue examination ( pathology ) , biochemical tests , tumor markers is for monitoring purposes only. ...Read more

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