Breast Cancer Treatment (Professional) (cont.)
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Cellular Classification of Breast Cancer
The following is a list of breast cancer histologic classifications. Infiltrating or invasive ductal cancer is the most common breast cancer histologic type and comprises 70% to 80% of all cases.
The following are tumor subtypes that occur in the breast but are not considered to be typical breast cancers:
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