BREAST CANCER



Breast cancer is a type of cancer that originates in the breast(s).Breast cancer forms in tissues of the breast, usually the ducts (tubes that carry milk to the nipple) and lobules (glands that make milk). It occurs in both men and women.

There are two main types of breast cancer:


Ductal carcinoma is the most common form of breast cancer. In this case, tumors form in the cells of the ducts (tubes that carry carry milk to the nipples). Ductal carcinoma can be invasive with the potential to spread or noninvasive. This form of breast cancer accounts for about one in five new cases.

Lobular carcinoma (cancer) occurs in the milk-producing glands, called the lobules. Lobular breast cancer can be noninvasive or invasive with potential to spread. About one in 10 breast cancer cases are invasive lobular cancer.

Three less common types of breast cancer are inflammatory breast cancer, triple-negative breast cancer, and recurrent breast cancer.

Inflammatory Breast Cancer.
IBC is a unique type of breast cancer that occurs when cancer cells block the lymph vessels in the skin. As a result, the breast can become firm, tender, itchy, red, and warm due to increased blood flow and a build-up of white blood cells. When breasts become inflamed due to an infection or injury, they often become tender, swollen, red, and itchy. However, the underlying cause of IBC is unrelated to inflammation.Inflammatory breast cancer, or IBC, is rare, accounting for 1–3% of all breast cancers.

Triple-negative breast cancer. If a pathology report states that breast cancer cells tested negative for estrogen receptors (ER-), progesterone receptors (PR-), and HER2 (HER2-), this means the cancer is triple-negative. These negative results mean that the growth of the cancer is not supported by the hormones estrogen and progesterone, nor by the presence of too many HER2 receptors. Therefore, triple-negative breast cancer does not respond to hormonal therapy or therapies that target HER2 receptors.[2]

Reccurrent breat cancer. Recurrent breast cancer is cancer that has recurred, come back, after it has been treated. The cancer may come back in the breast, in the chest wall, or in other parts of the body.

Homeopathic Treatment.

There is no one homeopathic remedy for all types of breast cancer. Different symptom presentations in different sufferers will require a different remedy. The remedies tested by the researchers are just some of those that may be helpful in breast cancer. Homeopathy is a safe and non-toxic system of medicine but it does require serious study and application if it is to be practised well. Please consult a qualified homeopath if you wish to use homeopathy when cancer is present.

Homeopathy Plus! Comment: Please note that there is no one homeopathic remedy for all types of breast cancer. Different symptom presentations in different sufferers will require a different remedy. The remedies tested by the researchers are just some of those that may be helpful in breast cancer. Homeopathy is a safe and non-toxic system of medicine but it does require serious study and application if it is to be practised well. Please consult a qualified homeopath if you wish to use homeopathy when cancer is present. - See more at: http://homeopathyplus.com.au/breast-cancer-homeopathic-remedies-effective-and-non-toxic/#sthash.uY8Yyqmp.dpuf


Homeopathy Plus! Comment: Please note that there is no one homeopathic remedy for all types of breast cancer. Different symptom presentations in different sufferers will require a different remedy. The remedies tested by the researchers are just some of those that may be helpful in breast cancer. Homeopathy is a safe and non-toxic system of medicine but it does require serious study and application if it is to be practised well. Please consult a qualified homeopath if you wish to use homeopathy when cancer is present. - See more at: http://homeopathyplus.com.au/breast-cancer-homeopathic-remedies-effective-and-non-toxic/#sthash.uY8Yyqmp.dpuf

Homeopathy Plus! Comment: Please note that there is no one homeopathic remedy for all types of breast cancer. Different symptom presentations in different sufferers will require a different remedy. The remedies tested by the researchers are just some of those that may be helpful in breast cancer. Homeopathy is a safe and non-toxic system of medicine but it does require serious study and application if it is to be practised well. Please consult a qualified homeopath if you wish to use homeopathy when cancer is present. - See more at: http://homeopathyplus.com.au/breast-cancer-homeopathic-remedies-effective-and-non-toxic/#sthash.uY8Yyqmp.dpuf

Homeopathy Plus! Comment: Please note that there is no one homeopathic remedy for all types of breast cancer. Different symptom presentations in different sufferers will require a different remedy. The remedies tested by the researchers are just some of those that may be helpful in breast cancer. Homeopathy is a safe and non-toxic system of medicine but it does require serious study and application if it is to be practised well. Please consult a qualified homeopath if you wish to use homeopathy when cancer is present. - See more at: http://homeopathyplus.com.au/breast-cancer-homeopathic-remedies-effective-and-non-toxic/#sthash.uY8Yyqmp.dpuf




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