In Brazil, 59,700 new cases of breast cancer are estimated for each year of 2018-2019, with an estimated risk of 56.33 cases per 100,000 women.
It is noteworthy that some evolve faster, while others evolve slowly.
This cancer can be classified as "noninvasive" or "pre invasive". Most women who are diagnosed with ductal carcinoma in situ can achieve a cure as long as they are treated correctly and as soon as they discover the disease.
It is the most common category of breast cancer, and starts in a breast duct.
It starts in the glands that are responsible for milk production. This type of cancer is the most difficult to diagnose during mammography.
It is one of the rarest types of breast cancer. It affects about 1 to 5% of diagnosed cases of the disease.
This disease begins in the breast ducts and spreads to the skin of the nipple until it reaches the areola (the rounder, darker part around the nipple). It is very rare, being in about 1% to 3% of registered cases.
It is a rare breast tumor, and may be benign or malignant. It starts in the connective tissue of the breast (the stroma), unlike carcinomas, which develop in the ducts.
It is the rarest type of cancer, less than 1% of all diagnosed cancer cases. It begins in the cells lining the blood or lymphatic vessels. It can involve breast tissue or breast skin, but rarely occurs in the breast.