Therapeutical Overview of Non-Metastatic Breast Cancer


The meaning of metastasis is spreading in nature. In non-metastatic breast cancer, the cancer cells won’t spread from primary site to other places in the body. Based on the effected cells in the breast, this cancer is divided into ductal carcinoma in situ, invasive lobular carcinoma and invasive ductal carcinoma. unlike Metastatic breast cancer, this non-metastatic breast cancer is curable and won’t affect other body parts apart from the location where it actually appears. The treatment procedures involved in this type of cancers are surgical oncology, radiation oncology and medical oncology (which has been used for reduction of cancer mortality). Initially the doctor will prefer chemotherapy instead of mastectomy and other surgical procedures. In case of severe intense situations like stage IV breast cancer, they will prescribe surgical oncology methods.

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