DCIS Breast Cancer


What is DCIS breast cancer? DCIS (Ductal carcinoma in situ) breast cancer is a non-invasive breast cancer. Ductal carcinoma refers to cancerous growth initiates from milk duct and surrounded breast tissue that covers the internal organs. The term in situ Read more The post DCIS Breast Cancer appeared first on CancerWall.com.
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Triple Negative Breast Cancer


What Is Triple Negative Breast Cancer? Triple-negative breast cancer is a sub-group of breast cancer. The name of the condition denotes a characteristic feature of the diagnosis. Three important breast cancer features, which are common in other subtypes of breast Read more The post Triple Negative Breast Cancer appeared first on CancerWall.com.
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HER2 Positive Breast Cancer


What is HER2 positive breast cancer ? The excessive presence of HER2 (human epidermal growth factor) protein receptors in breast tissue lead to malignant growth and clinically termed as HER2 positive breast cancer. In general, breast tissues contain HER2 (human Read more The post HER2 Positive Breast Cancer appeared first on CancerWall.com.
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Intraductal Papilloma


What is Intraductal Papilloma? An intraductal papilloma is an example of a benign breast tumor. It usually develop along with degenerative changes of the breast and is commonly seen in women who are over 40 years of age [1, 2]. The Read more The post Intraductal Papilloma appeared first on CancerWall.com.
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Inflammatory Breast Cancer – Pictures, Symptoms, Signs, Survival Rate, Prognosis


What is Inflammatory Breast Cancer? Inflammatory Breast Cancer is one of the rarest forms of breast cancer. The cancer rapidly grows and also changes the skin significantly. The cancer makes the affected breast red and swallows. A very distinguished cancer Read more The post Inflammatory Breast Cancer Pictures, Symptoms, Signs, Survival Rate, Prognosis appeared first on CancerWall.com.
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