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...
Squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) is the second most common form of skin cancer. According to the Skin Cancer Foundation, approximately 700,000... 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 »
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 »
Source: ADAM Encyclopedia
The three major treatments of breast cancer are surgery, radiation, and drug therapy. No one treatment fits every patient, and combination therapy is... Read more »