Tag: lobularBreastCancer

Lobular breast cancer (invasive lobular carcinoma): Invasive breast cancer that develops in the cells that line the milk-producing glands (lobules) of the breast.

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08/10/13
Long-term use of certain blood pressure medications linked to breast cancer risk
06/25/12
Lobular breast cancer has less favorable prognosis than expected
05/24/12
Multifocal breast cancer is treated less successfully than unifocal breast cancer
01/31/12
Carotenoids in food reduce risk of breast cancer and recurrence
12/04/11
Lumpectomy vs. mastectomy rates vary by type of breast cancer
11/05/11
Luminal breast cancer prognosis can vary based on other tumor characteristics
10/19/11
Tumor response to anti-estrogen treatment before surgery is influenced by BMI and race
09/17/11
Lobular and ductal breast cancer can be treated similarly based on other important tumor characteristics
09/07/11
Strongly estrogen positive lobular breast cancer responds well to neoadjuvant Femara
07/15/11
Lobular and ductal breast cancer have different lymph node metastasis patterns
06/27/11
Chemotherapy might have different effectiveness in lobular compared to ductal breast cancer
06/24/11
Multifocal breast cancer has worse prognosis than single tumors
05/06/11
Preoperative MRI can improve surgical management of lobular breast cancer
02/23/11
27% of tumors with LCIS found in core needle biopsy also have invasive breast cancer
01/26/11
Intense hot flashes at menopause linked to lower breast cancer risk
01/24/11
Breast cancer prognosis does not depend on whether the tumor is ductal or lobular
11/20/10
Tea and coffee are not linked to overall breast cancer risk among African Americans
11/04/10
Pre-operative MRIs find additional disease in 20% of lobular breast cancer patients
10/19/10
Residual disease can be prevented for many breast cancer patients with 2 mm clean margins
10/03/10
Lobular breast cancer micrometastases may incorrectly be classified as isolated tumor cells
08/29/10
Fish oil supplements reduce risk of ductal breast cancer
08/29/10
Beta-carotene, vitamin E and folate influence risk of postmenopausal breast cancer
08/28/10
Alcohol consumption most strongly associated with risk of lobular breast cancer
07/23/10
Outcomes of breast cancer under age 35 influenced by number of positive lymph nodes
07/04/10
Tumor marker CA 27.29 has limited usefulness in determining initial prognosis
06/25/10
Some breast cancer risk factors differently influence ductal and lobular breast cancer
02/27/10
Mastectomy of the other breast improves survival in some cases
02/03/10
Characteristics of breast cancer in women under 40
01/31/10
Migraine sufferers have lower risk of ER+/PR+ tumors - implications for choice of treatment
01/13/10
Drop in hormone replacement therapy use explains part of decline in breast cancer rates
01/07/10
Ovarian metastases more likely for some groups of breast cancer survivors
01/02/10
Beta-carotene, vitamin A and vitamin E do not reduce risk of breast cancer?
12/26/09
Gastric metastases in lobular breast cancer
12/18/09
Worse prognosis for breast cancer after lumpectomy with positive margins
11/23/09
Drinking black tea is associated with hormone receptor positive breast cancer

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