Breast Cancer

Receiving a breast cancer diagnosis is a scary time in any woman’s life. Our compassionate breast care team is here to nurture you throughout the treatment and recovery process.

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Male Breast Cancer

Men diagnosed with breast cancer typically have ductal carcinoma, an aggressive form that may spread quickly. Our oncologists confirm a diagnosis and make recommendations for treatment.

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Inflammatory Breast Cancer

Our oncology team can confirm whether observable changes in your breast, including redness or swelling, may indicate a rare form of breast cancer that often is detected late or misdiagnosed.

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Recurrent Breast Cancer

If cancer returns to your breast or affects another part of your body months or years after it originally was treated, our oncology team will recommend a personalized course of action.

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Lobular Carcinoma

Our oncology team will determine whether your breast cancer is contained and can be removed through minimally invasive surgery, or whether more extensive surgery may be required.

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Ductal Carcinoma

Ductal carcinoma, the most common form of breast cancer, either is confined to the milk ducts (in situ) or has broken through to surrounding tissue (invasive).

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