Lobular Metastatic Breast Cancer - Metastatic Breast Cancer Trial Talk

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Lobular breast cancer is breast cancer that starts in the lobes where milk is made, and makes up about 10-15% of invasive breast cancer diagnoses. It is more difficult to detect and treat, and often metastasizes (spreads) to different organs than other breast cancers. Metastatic lobular breast cancer is currently treated the same way as other breast cancers. However, scientific research is showing how this cancer differs from the more common breast cancer (ductal) and that more clinical trials are needed for lobular breast cancer.

Click the links below to learn about Lobular Breast Cancer: general information, challenges in treatment, new research, resources and support, and clinical trials.

New Research in Lobular Breast Cancer
General Information About Lobular Breast Cancer
Support for Lobular Breast Cancer
Clinical Trials for Lobular Breast Cancer

Last Modified on April 11, 2024



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