is the abnormal growth of the cells that
line the ducts and lobes of the breast. The classification of breast cancer is
Classification also takes into consideration such information as how
rapidly the cancer cells are multiplying (tumor grade) and whether breast
cancer cells are present in the nearby lymph nodes.
The following classifications describe the most common types of
June 28, 2011
Sarah Marshall, MD - Family Medicine
& Douglas A. Stewart, MD - Medical Oncology
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