IBC is frequently misdiagnosed and treated as mastitis, leading to tumor progression prior to detection. Disease progresses rapidly—in a matter of weeks to months—and generally is stage III or IV upon diagnosis. IBC is characterized by the appearance of inflammation in one breast and typically involves pain and fast-progressing breast tenderness, firmness, and enlargement. Although diagnosis is challenging, it is important that all women be screened regularly to identify this cancer at an earlier stage and improve survival.
Metastatic Breast Cancer: Understanding the Symptoms
Treatment of Stage IV (Metastatic) Breast Cancer
Stage 3 cancer means the breast cancer has extended to beyond the immediate region of the tumor and may have invaded nearby lymph nodes and muscles, but has not spread to distant organs. Although this stage is considered to be advanced, there are a growing number of effective treatment options. The difference is determined by the size of the tumor and whether cancer has spread to the lymph nodes and surrounding tissue. No actual tumor is associated with the cancerous cells or the tumor may be any size, AND the nearby lymph nodes 4 or more nodes with as many as 9 affected contain cancer.
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Matthew Busse has pursued professional health and science writing since , writing for national publications including "Science Magazine," "New Scientist" and "The Scientist. Metastatic breast cancer, also known as stage IV breast cancer, is the most advanced form of breast cancer. If breast cancer is not diagnosed and treated early, it can spread to nearby organs or enter the bloodstream and spread to distant organs in a process known as metastasis. Once breast cancer has turned metastatic, the disease is usually incurable.