Metastatic Breast Cancer Ductal Carcinoma
Facts about infiltrating ductal carcinoma:
- Infiltrating ductal carcinoma accounts for up to 80% of all breast cancers in women.
- This is a form of ductal carcinoma that has spread beyond the milk ducts.
- This form of breast cancer typically causes a hard well-defined lump in the breast.
- Infiltrating ductal carcinomas will often spread to the lymph nodes under the arm.
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