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Breast Cancer mets to Ovary

I would love to hear from others that have had breast cancer that spread to the ovaries. I had a profalactic (sp?) hysterectomy on May 2 and they found that breast cancer had spread to my left ovary. I have been a breast cancer survivor for 2 years and was on tamoxifen. My Onc has me on Aromasin for 5 years. No chemo, no other treatment. She said they caught it early. I am wondering if there is anyone that can tell me about their similar experience? Thanks so much! Linda

Research, Knowledge and Information :


Ovarian Cancer Metastatic to the Breast Presenting as ...


Although ovarian metastasis to the breast presenting as inflammatory breast cancer is ... Güler N. Inflammatory breast metastases of ovarian cancer: a case ...
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Mets to the Ovary - Inspire


I can't find much information about breast cancer in the ovary as it seems to not be a usual mets place for breast cancer.
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Ovarian metastases from breast cancer - Bigorie - 2009 ...


The objective of this study was to describe the characteristics and survival outcomes of patients with breast cancer who had ovarian metastases. Data from 29 women ...
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Metastatic Breast Cancer - National Breast Cancer Foundation


What is Metastatic Breast Cancer? ... Here are some symptoms that vary by locations commonly associated with breast cancer metastasis. Metastasis in the bone may cause:
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Metastatic ovarian tumor - PubMed Central (PMC)


Introduction. The ovary is a common site of involvement for metastasis. Ovarian involvement is seen at autopsy in about 10% of cases of breast cancer.
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Metastatic Cancer - National Cancer Institute


Defines metastatic cancer and describes the process of metastasis. Includes information about possible symptoms, common sites where cancer spreads, and how to find ...
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