How is IBC treated?

Current treatment starts with chemotherapy, which usually continues until there is sufficient clinical response to permit surgery. A modified radical mastectomy and axillary lymph node dissection are performed. Radiation and possibly more chemotherapy follow. In some cases hormonal treatment is used. Individual treatment can vary depending on specific circumstances. It is important to find a physician familiar with IBC to receive the best possible treatment.

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Inflammatory Breast Disease