Recurrent Ductal Carcinoma is a recurrence of a certain form of
There are several ways in which
Most commonly, it can come back in the area of the original cancer. If there has been a wide incision and radiation, it can come back in the breast itself. In this case, it is viewed not as a spread but as leftover cancer inadequately treated in the...
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Before you start reading, take this helpful quiz on infiltrating/invasive ductal carcinoma as a preview to this FAQ. Q. I’ve learned I have IDC,... Read more »
Q. I’ve just been diagnosed with breast cancer. The doctor tells me it’s DCIS. What does that mean?A. Congratulations! Seems strange to say that... Read more »
Q. I’ve heard of women with DCIS and IDC, but I just found out I have ILC. What’s that?A. ILC–infiltrating lobular carcinoma–is similar to... Read more »