So, it is infiltrating...that part I get but what does "Significant in SITU component and vascular invasion are not identified" mean? Does that mean that they don't see alot of infiltration?
One more question if you can answer. I'm going to have a mastectomy with chemo and possibly radiation. I am a single mom, who needs to work. I bought the short term disability policy offered at work but it only pays 60% of my salary so that means that I need to get back to work as soon as I can. With the mastectomy and chemo, what am I realistically looking at for time being out of work? A couple of weeks, a month, two months?
Thank you so much for being there for so many!!!