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What is the meaning of HR negative, PR negative, Her2 negative..And tell me what stage it is... Found invasive ductal carcinoma..
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It refers to a variant of breast cancer which is called TRIPLE NEGATIVE BREAST CANCER. It is an aggressive variant, and would need chemotherapy in the treatment plan. Also hormonal therapy would not be beneficial in this case. Please share your reports for further advise
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Need your breast US and CT Chest and US abdomen. If surgery is already done, then please give ur path report. Usually the treatment includes one or more of the following Surgery Chemotherapy Radiotherapy Regards
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It's triple negative breast cancer..please share imaging reports for better opinion and staging and final planning
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All 3 ER/PR/HER2 are negative means triple negative breast cancer. It's a aggressive type of breast cancer and responds well to chemo.
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Need to do PET SCAN to check for stage. if early stage then usg, chest xray can be done and per scan not needed.
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Share mammography and biopsy report for further planning. Show to oncologist..
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