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    What types of breast cancer are there?

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    Dr Adam Ofri

    Breast Surgeon, General Surgeon

    Dr Adam Ofri is a specialist Breast Oncology and General Surgeon, accredited by both BreastSurgANZ and the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons. He manages both … View Profile

    There are two common types of invasive breast cancer:

    Ductal (occurring in the breast duct) or Lobular (occurring in the breast lobules).

    Ductal is by far more common, representing almost 85% of all the invasive breast cancers. There are behavioural differences between the two, which can result in a variation of their management.

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