Lobular carcinoma, or lobular breast cancer, is breast cancer that begins in the milk-producing sacs or lobules. Invasive lobular cancer has spread beyond the lobules and is the second most common type of breast cancer. Noninvasive lobular carcinoma, also called lobular carcinoma in situ (LCIS), is precancerous and indicates that polyps in the breasts have a high chance of becoming cancerous.
Board certified, fellowship trained oncology specialists at Goshen Center for Cancer Care provide integrative care for the various types of lobular breast cancer in Goshen and Warsaw, IN. Whether you need a diagnosis or a second opinion, we’re here to help. Request an appointment or call (888) 492-4673 (HOPE) for nationally recognized cancer care.