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Can women with invasive lobular carcinoma breast feed their babies?

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Dr. John Rimmer
Surgery

In brief: Yes

Breast cancer cannot be transmitted to your baby in breast milk you are better off to treat your cancer sooner rather than continuing to breast feed your baby.

In brief: Yes

Breast cancer cannot be transmitted to your baby in breast milk you are better off to treat your cancer sooner rather than continuing to breast feed your baby.
Dr. John Rimmer
Dr. John Rimmer
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Dr. Barry Rosen
Surgery

In brief: Yes

As long as you are not receiving chemotherapy, you may breastfeed after breast cancer treatment.
If your cancer was treated by radiation therapy, it is likely that you will not produce much milk, if any, from the treated breast.

In brief: Yes

As long as you are not receiving chemotherapy, you may breastfeed after breast cancer treatment.
If your cancer was treated by radiation therapy, it is likely that you will not produce much milk, if any, from the treated breast.
Dr. Barry Rosen
Dr. Barry Rosen
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