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What are the different stages of breast csncer

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  • Betti A Profile
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    乳癌幸存者从 2013
    There are some great, easy to understand videos on this site that are very helpful 0-4 as I recall.
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  • André Roberts Profile
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    As Betti said, there are 4 stages of Breast cancer. Check out the videos on this sight, they are very easy to understand and so informative. Keep in mind, we all freak out when we hear those 3 words "you have cancer", but regardless of stage, it's not the death sentence it once was. Even people with stage 4 continue living life. Though there still isn't a cure, advancements are being discovered all the time. Even since I was diagnosed is 2012. Prayers to you.
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    There are different types of breast cancer. Breast cancer can be invasive or non-invasive. Other types of breast cancer are known as special type. When these cancer cells are looked at under a microscope, they have distinct features that identify them as a particular type. These include: invasive lobular breast cancer, inflammatory breast cancer, Paget’s disease of the breast- this is a quiet rear and uncommon type. If you wish to know more about breast cancer and its treatment or more about radiation therapy, visit this recommended site, http://www.advancedradiationcenters.com/cancers/breast-cancer, and you will get help and answer to all your quires.
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    • Betti A Profile
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      I believe she was asking about stages and not types.

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  • Janie Pena Profile
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    What is her3+ positive?
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