INVASIVE LOBULAR CARCINOMA
This invasive type of cancer begins in the lobules (milk-producing glands) and can spread to other parts of the body, including the lymph nodes.
MALE BREAST CANCER
Although breast cancer is most common in women, it can affect men-especially order men.
METASTATIC BREAST CANCER
Also called advanced breast cancer or Stage IV, means your breast cancer has spread beyond the breast to other parts of the body (usually the bones, lung, liver or brain). This diagnosis is often misunderstood since the cancer is still breast cancer even though it lives in another organ and requires a treatment plan specific for breast cancer.
PAGET’S DISEASE OF THE BREAST
This form of breast cancer starts on the nipple and spreads to the areola. Although rare, it usually occurs in women over 50 and can have underlying ductal breast cancer.
RECURRENT BREAST CANCER
This form of breast cancer can occur months or even years after the initial treatment from cancer cells that survived the initial treatment undetected and multiplied. The cancer may re-occur in the same place or have spread to another part of the body.
TRIPLE-NEGATIVE BREAST CANCER
This metastatic breast cancer does not grow based on hormone receptors(estrogen and progesterone proteins that tell cells what to do) or too many HER2 receptors; therefore, requiring a treatment plan that doesn’t use the standard hormonal therapies.