What does well-differentiated breast cancer mean?

Answer Well-differentiated breast cancer is where the cancer cells are slow-growing and still look relatively similar to normal cells. These types of cells are typically seen in grade 1 or early stage bre... Read More »

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My 10-years-old daughter has a lump in here left breast does it mean cancer or just is her breast growing?

I would say boobs, my stepdaughter had the same thing happen to her and her bio-mom told her it could be some sort of infection. It scared her half to death poor girl, I just reassured her that sh... Read More »

What does high-grade breast cancer mean?

The National Cancer Institute say the grade of a tumor is based in large part on its structure, growth patterns and degree of abnormality. High-grade tumors tend to grow and multiply more rapidly t... Read More »

My paternal grandmother died of breast cancer. Does that increase my chances of developing breast cancer?

Breast cancer is common enough that having a grandparent who contracted the disease does not necessarily mean that you have any predisposition to it yourself. Just be vigilant, and you'll be fine.

Is it worth having chemotherapy has well as radiotherapy if the breast cancer hasn't spread to the lympth node?