Inflammatory breast cancer is a rare type of breast cancer. Symptoms may include redness, swelling, and nipple inversion, and there is often no lump. Inflammatory breast cancer often has a rapid onset and can progress rapidly.
Click the links below for recent expert discussions on inflammatory breast cancer research.
Current Inflammatory Breast Cancer Research
- Johns Hopkins University: Maureen O Donnell-DeBritz, MD describes the symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of inflammatory breast cancer
- Dana-Farber Cancer Institute: Inflammatory breast cancer has a high risk of spreading to the brain
- TalkIBC.org (podcast): Dr. Wendy Woodward at MD Anderson discusses clinical trials for inflammatory breast cancer
- Inflammatory Breast Cancer Research Foundation: Read more about inflammatory breast cancer research
MBC Clinical Trials
- Metastatic Trial Search: Trials Specifically for Inflammatory Breast Cancer
Last Modified on September 26, 2023