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Mixed ductal and lobular

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Re: Mixed ductal and lobular

After my mastectomy they analysed what they had taken and told me my cancer was both ductal and lobular. My oncologist said it meant both lobes and ducts were infected.
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I had both too and on the letter I was given, it gives a size for each taken out with one WLE x
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Re: Mixed ductal and lobular

Thank you for your reply ollisj6
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Hi butterfly I was originally diagnosed with grade 2 ductal then after surgery lumpectomy my path results were mixed and her2 positive so had chemotherapy/radiotherapy/herceptin which I have every 3weeks until January there was no spread to lymph nodes and clear margins love Judi

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Re: Mixed ductal and lobular

Hi Butterfly

Whilst you await replies here's a link to the BCC publication 'Understanding your pathology' which will help with your query:

http://www2.breastcancercare.org.uk/publications/diagnosed-breast-cancer/understanding-your-patholog...

Please also feel free to call our helpliners for any further information on 0808 800 6000, 9-5 weekdays and 10-2 Saturdays

Take care
Lucy BCC

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Mixed ductal and lobular

Has anyone else had their cancer described as mixed ductal and lobular. I think it means breast tissue too dense to be sure