Lobular neoplasia applies to a range of pathologic changes such as atypical lobular hyperplasia (alh) to lobular carcinoma in situ
These changes are considered a marker for increased risk for breast cancer
of about 30-40% over your life time (average risk is about 12.5%). There are risk reduction strategies that you can employ. It is best to discuss with a breast care specialist to explore these options. Please also check the following link for more info: http://www.Breastcancer.Org/symptoms/types/lcis/cancer_risk.
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