Breast cancer usually originates from the inner lining of milk ducts
or lobules responsible for supplying the milk.
Cases of a slow-growing type of breast cancer, ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS), which is contained in the milk ducts
and routinely picked up by screening, have been monitored by the NHS Sloane Project and the results are damning.
Interfering with the breastfeeding dyad by supplementing with artificial baby milk can lead to engorgement; this milk stasis can lead to blocked milk ducts
and potentially mastitis.
Ductal carcinoma is the form of breast cancer which starts in the lining of the milk ducts
while lobular carcinoma begins in the milk glands of the breast.
The most common causes, however, are milk ducts
damaged during breast surgery and insufficient milk-producing glandular tissue (IGT).
The procedure, demonstrated on mice, offers direct access to the most common origin of breast cancer, the milk ducts
, and could be used to offer cancer therapy that spares healthy regions of the body.
By targeting drugs directly into the milk ducts
- the most common origin of breast cancer - researchers are able to spare healthy regions of the body.
The Solos MammoView Breast Endoscopy System employs advanced microendoscopes and optical technology which gives physicians sharp images of the milk ducts
where the majority of breast cancer arises.
Breast cancer is a type of cancer originating from breast tissue, most commonly from the inner lining of milk ducts
or the lobules that supply the ducts with milk.
The early diagnosis -- Ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS) in which the cancer in the milk ducts
hasn't spread into any normal surrounding breast tissue, helped her treatment.
They didn't have prediabetes or a thyroid condition or a bad memory or clogged milk ducts
or thinning hair or irritable bowels or insomnia or the frequent urge to urinate or a great husband whose touch made them cringe or a two-year-old who constantly asked, "Are you happy?
There is also a question mark about whether in future she will be able to breastfeed, the contents of the implants having leaked into her milk ducts