Breast Cancer In Situ Directory
Breast cancer in situ is a common type of early breast cancer. Breast cancer in situ is noninvasive, meaning it does not spread beyond the milk ducts or lobules. Breast cancer in situ is not considered life-threatening. However, women with breast cancer in situ are at greater risk for developing more aggressive forms of breast cancer in the future. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about how breast cancer in situ develops, what it looks like, what raises your risk, how to treat it, and much more.
Lobular Carcinoma (Invasive and in Situ)
An explanation of invasive lobular carcinoma and lobular carcinoma in situ. Find out what these conditions are, how they are diagnosed, and how they’re treated.
Ductal Carcinoma (Invasive and Iin Situ)
An explanation of invasive ductal carcinoma and ductal carcinoma in situ, two types of breast cancer. Find out what they are, how they’re diagnosed, and how they’re treated.
Ductal Lavage to Detect Breast Cancer
WebMD explains ductal lavage, a test used to detect cells that could turn into breast cancer.
Breast Cancer Facts
WebMD provides an overview of breast cancer, including types, stages, and treatment options.