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Grade 2 Invasive Ductal Carcinoma
I have stage 1, grade 2 invasive ductal carcinoma. How long do I have before this goes to stage 2?
Doesnt work that way: It is common, but not right, to think of cancer stages (1, 2, 3, 4) as a progression 1->2->3->4. However, the more we learn about cancer the more we learn that some cancers may begin as stage III or IV - they can spread from the very beginning. In your case, stage 1 breast cancer, if completely removed, may never come back. There is no set time period in which we expect it to become stage 2. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
Grade 2 invasive ductal carcinoma infiltrating as cords and tumour cells in a fibroadipose stroma, what does this mean?
Breast cancer: It will need to be treated in order to save your life. The information about the appearance are to help the physicians determine exactly how best to treat it, and there will be some more studies done. I'm sorry this is breast cancer, but today the large majority of these tumors are cured. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
Dx w/ invasive ductal carcinoma er + & pr +. Grade 2. Waiting on DCIS. Meeting w/ two oncologists & surgeon. What do I ask??
Depends tumor size: If tumor small and was non palpable but only defined on mammogram, if lesion with intraductal components smaller than 1 cm, and sentinel node bx neg. I would wait to hear about margins. Margins that are adequate about 1cm around lesion suggests lesion in high 90% cure without RT. If larger lesion then possibly RT and tamoxifen. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
Grade 1 invasive ductal carcinoma, 2 spots, family history, 47 years of age, small breasts. should I get double mastectomy?
It is your choice: Breast cancer can be adequately treated with a lumpectomy in most cases. So a mastectomy is not really necessary. But based on your breast size, your doctor can guide you best. Many women opt for reconstructive surgery at the same time as removal of your breast cancer. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
Depends: Not all breast cancers are the same and many other factors help to predict better or poorer outcomes such as tumor grade, # of positive lymph nodes, estrogen receptor status, her2neu status, etc. A score called oncotype DX based on genetic profiling of the cancer helps define prognosis also and tailor decisions as to the best and most beneficial treatment to use. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
An invasive: Cancer is dangerous, meaning it can lead to death even if all the right things are done. So, i'd need more deatils to help put in perspective the danger and risk: age, size, nodes +/-, er, pr, her-2-neu status. Focus on positive after realizing the danger. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
High: Published 5-yr survival rates are 81% for iia and 84% for iib breast ca. Keep in mind this includes mortality from other causes and reflects patients treated almost a decade ago. For more info...http://www.cancer.org/cancer/breastcancer/detailedguide/breast-cancer-survival-by-stage. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
What do you suggest if my wife was just diagnosed with invasive ductal carcinoma stage 2 breast cancer. can anyone share some info?
My biopsy showed Grade 1 invasive ductal carcinoma, and I have been feeling short of breath and light-headed. Could this be something besides stress?
Breast cancer: Fortunately you have been diagnosed at an early stage of this malignancy which may be curable with excision and/or XRT. Since we dont know anything else about you including your age, social habits or medical history, its not possible to comment on why you have SOB or light-headedness. It is extremely unlikely to be related to your recent diagnosis. You may be experiencing anxiety with panic attack ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
My wife was just diagnosed with invasive ductal carcinoma stage 2 breast cancer. What can you tell me about this kind of cancer?
Palpable lesion: Stage II breast cancer indicates a slightly more advanced form of breast cancer. The cancer cells have spread beyond the original location and into the surrounding breast tissue, and the tumor is larger than in stage I disease. However, stage II means the cancer has not spread to a distant part of the body. At resection the lymph nodes were neg and treatment standard depending on hormone status. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
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