What can be done for breast cancer skin metastasis?

More importantly... ...What's going on in the rest of the body? True skin mets from breast cancer are often multiple & may be indicative of disease elsewhere, necessitating chemotherapy. If it is truly an isolated skin met, it can be excised and/or radiated.
See your doctor. Symptoms like these have to be evaluated in real-time by your physician. He/she has access to your examination, laboratrory data and many other diagnostic tests to get to the bottom of what's going on and offer you help.

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Can you tell me about breast cancer skin metastasis?

Possible. Breast cancer can metastasize to the skin. It is not common but can definitely occur. Women (and men) with breast cancer need to be followed closely for several years to monitor for any kind of recurrence so that it can be dealt with asap. Skin mets can be excised usually. Read more...
Sure. It can be as simple as a lump or it can be raised and pink like a pimple. Typically occurs at the site of resection but can be in other places as well. Hope this helps. Read more...

Whats the classification of breast cancer metastasis?

Staging. Breast cancer staging is described as t (tumor size), n (lymph node metastases) and m (metastases to sites like bone, lung, etc). In a simplified short answer: stage 0 is non-invasive breast cancer, stage 1 is no spread to lymph nodes, stage 2 and stage 3 has lymph node spread and larger tumors, and stage 4 would have metastases to other organs. Read more...

I had very low numbers in a grade 3, stage 3 er+ breast cancer (no lymph involvement), what are the chances of metastasis elsewhere?

Not enough informati. Stage iii is divided into stage iiia, iiib and iiic. Your chance of remaining without metastatic disease for ten years varies from 90% to 40% depending on which stage you are. To give you a more helpful answer, i need to know: what your t stage is. What your n stage is. What your ki67 is. What your her2 status is. Any information you can get to me will add to my ability to help. Read more...
Not sure what.. ...You mean by "low numbers". If you truly had a stage 3, node negative cancer, it would be a t4n0m0 (stage iiib). Being er+ is good but a grade 3, stage 3 still has a fair risk of relapse. You need an aggressive approach with chemo, surgery, radiation, and endocrine therapy. My advise: do your best to complete therapy and do not focus too much in numbers or odds. Best 2u. Read more...