Being diagnosed with invasive ductal carcinoma will likely leave you with more questions than answers. You may find yourself wondering what exactly this malignancy is, what your treatment options are and what your outcome will be. At Moffitt Cancer Center, we understand the challenges of receiving a cancer diagnosis, and we have made it our mission to educate our patients so they can feel more confident in making decisions about their care.
It is normal to have many questions following a cancer diagnosis. While your physician is the best person to ask about invasive ductal carcinoma as it relates to your individual situation, below are some articles that can provide you with general information about your condition:
- What is invasive ductal carcinoma?
- Can invasive ductal carcinoma occur with other types of breast cancer?
If you have questions about your diagnosis, treatment options, supportive care or anything else relating to invasive ductal carcinoma, we welcome you to consult with the experts within the Don & Erika Wallace Comprehensive Breast Cancer Program at Moffitt. We understand that each case is unique, which is why our cancer experts collaborate to ensure each patient receives a treatment plan that is tailored to her individual needs. Our unique approach to treatment in combination with our physicians’ expertise leads to improved outcomes and a better quality of life for our patients.
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