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Type of Breast Cancer

How do you know what type of breast cancer that you have? My pathology report says my ER is negative my PR is weakly positive my HER-2/neu is negative my CK7 is positive and my CK20 is negative. On my surgical pathology report it only has ER PR and HER-2/neu on it and all those are negative it also has on it invasive ductal carcinoma, SBR Grade III. Do I have triple negative breast cancer?

Research, Knowledge and Information :


Breast Cancer Types - National Breast Cancer Foundation


Breast Cancer during Pregnancy. Women who are diagnosed with breast cancer during pregnancy may face tremendous additional strain due to concern for the safety of the ...
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Types of Breast Cancer | Breastcancer.org


Learn about the different types of breast cancer, non-invasive, recurrent, metastatic and more.
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Types of Breast Cancer: Noninvasive & Invasive | CTCA


Learn about the types of breast cancer. With details on in situ (noninvasive) and infiltrating (invasive) breast cancer, you can learn about these types of cancer and ...
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Breast cancer types: What your type means - Mayo Clinic


Understand types of breast cancer and how they differ.
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Breast Cancer: Symptoms & Types - WebMD


Breast lumps aren’t the only possible sign of breast cancer, and most breast lumps aren’t cancer. Read about the signs, symptoms, and types of breast cancer.
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Breast Cancer Treatment (PDQ®)—Patient Version - National ...


Inflammatory breast cancer is an uncommon type of breast cancer in which the breast is warm, red, and swollen. ... PDQ Breast Cancer Treatment. Bethesda, MD: ...
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Types of Breast Cancer - Alot Health


There are many different forms of breast cancer depending upon where it originates within the breast. Learn more about these different types of breast cancer with ...
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Types of Breast Tumors - Types, Size, Grade | Susan G. Komen®


Breast cancer tumors can differ in many ways. Learn about the types of tumors that can develop and how differences in tumor types affect prognosis.
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Types of Breast Cancer Diagnosis - Verywell


A review of several types of breast cancer: ductal, lobular, and inflammatory. Rare types of breast cancer: inflammatory breast cancer, Paget's disease of the nipple.
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Breast Cancer—Patient Version - National Cancer Institute


Information about breast cancer treatment, prevention, genetics, causes, screening, clinical trials, research and statistics from the National Cancer Institute.
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Suggested Questions And Answer :


Invasive Lobular Breast Cancer

Hi Dee, How are you doing? Chemotherapy is used for invasive lobular carcinoma of the breast.  Fortunately, there are so many regimens available now that can be given to you.  Combination chemotherapy is appropriate for you.  Targeted therapy in the form of trastuzumab can be added to your chemotherapy provided you are positive for Her2neu.  You can ask your oncologist about this. Regards.
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PLZ HELP ME....( I DON'T KNOW I HAD OR NOT THE BREAST CANCER) PLZ HELP ME

Hi. Breast cancer generally presents with a lump in the breast. For your age however, it is more common to have lumps that are not cancer, so take heart. Lumps that change in size and are occasionally painful may be largely due to hormonal changes that follow a pattern with your menses. If you have a family history of breast cancer (2 family members with breast cancer, one breast and one ovarian cancer, 1 member with breast cancer on both breasts, or 1 member with both breast and ovarian cancer) you may like to discuss your risks with a physician. Having a regular check-up with a physician would also be helpful.
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Do I need a Biopsy to further check for cancer

Hi there. Your concerns are valid.  The lesions that you are describing may be the starting signs of breast cancer however there are more common explanations that you should consider first.  An entity to consider is an infection like furuncle or carbuncle (like pimples) that should be evaluated and treated by antibiotics.  Another is allergic skin reactions that should have specific triggers (like changes in temperature, mites, etc.).  I suggest you make an appointment with your doctor so that this could be evaluated properly.  He may request another mammogram or ultrasound to aid him in his diagnosis.  He will also recommend a biopsy if deemed necessary. Regards and God bless.
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Breast Cancer running in the family???

Hi, You should consult your doctor or breast specialist. You would need to get this investigated and get relevant investigations done to reach a confirmed diagnosis. You would need to get a mammogram or ultrasound done and then maybe a needle aspiration or biopsy would be done. But since you say the lesion is present for 5 years now, and as no change in size or any other symptoms have been noticed the chances that this is malignant are less likely. You should talk to your doctor and also get tested for tumor markers. Let us know what your doctor tells you. Hope this helps. Good luck.
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Breast cancer risk - young age

At your age breast cancer would be quite unusual. You describe multiple lumps in your breasts which are more than likely as a result of Fibrocystic Breast Condition which is fairly common .. nearly 50% of women have this cystic condition. Since you had an Ultrasound that didn't indicate any findings that were cause for concern  If a biopsy were indicated you would have been referred to a Surgeon. If you are very concerned you might request either another Ultrasound or a Mammogram. Breast tissue in women in your age group is often quite dense so a Mammogram might not show much. Both Ultrasound and Mammogram can detect abnormalities that may be suspicious for cancer and if these areas are found then a biopsy is recommended. Breast MRI is the most sensitive and can be valuable if the breast tissue is dense.   Regards ..
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This might be very interesting to all

This would indeed be interesting--even exciting--if it were a tested tx available to help people with BC. Unfortunately, at this point, the operative sentence is: "When combined IN A LAB  recently, AAV2 eradicated all the breast cancer cells "within seven days," according to researchers. (emphasis mine)
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Dx today w/ Ductile Breast Cancer

Birdies,  First, I am sorry that you have to join the club.  Second, it is a club of some of the strongest, bravest people you will ever meet.   Now...there is every reason in the world for you to think positive. It is difficult to make any statements without knowing the size of the tumor and all the relative path info, whether or not nodes are involved..etc etc.  But know that although the treatment might be a bear, your chances for recovery are great.   Has the doctor discussed treatment with you, or suggested the size he/she thinks the tumor is? Start now writing down your questions so that you can get the answers you want when next you visit the breast surgeon. Hang in there...it is scary, but you can survive.
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breast cyst!!

There really is nothing more to know ... a cyst is simply a sac that is filled with fluid ... cysts are benign and can either be drained or removed completely or just left alone if they are causing no particular problem. Take care ....
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