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Infiltrating Ductal Carcinoma Of Breast
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
Stage-Dependent: Breast cancers are staged based upon the size of the cancer, lymph node or distant organ involvement, direct extension to the skin or chest wall muscles, and unique molecular features of the tumor. Published rates of 5-yr survival (http://www.Cancer.Org/cancer/breastcancer/detailedguide/breast-cancer-survival-by-stage) vary quite a bit based on these variables, between 15%-93%. ...Read more
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 moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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 more
It depends on many f: Most women with localized breast cancer do very well and there is high cure rate. Overall 75%-80% of breast cancers are curable. But you need to know what stage of cancer it is? You should also know what subtype(there are 3 different types) of breast cancer it is. Further there is the matter of what type of adjuvant therapy(post surgery treatment) was used. I'am sure your oncologist can answeryr. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is it possible for breast high grade ductal carcinoma insitu (dcis) to spread to the major organs ?
What do you suggest if my wife was just diagnosed with invasive ductal carcinoma stage 2 breast cancer. can anyone share some info?
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 more
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