My mum has locally advanced breast cancer. They have found a lump on the other side now and I was wondering, does it spread to the other.
Guest blog from Komen Scholar Dr. Ann Partridge, Associate Professor, Department of Medicine, Harvard Medical School; Director, Program for Young Women.
Learn all about breast cancer from Cleveland Clinic. nodes); The tumor is larger than 5 cm and has not spread to the lymph nodes under the arm (both IIB).
Roder, D. De Silva, P. Zorbas, H. Kollias, J. Malycha, P. Pyke, C. Campbell, I. Webster, F. Survival from synchronous bilateral breast cancer: the experience of .
Data of patients found to have bilateral breast cancer was analyzed focusing on Whether synchronous or metachronous, both breasts often share the same.