Tag: Lobular

Day 29 #LivingWithLobular

Hi Everyone, I’m Enda – I was diagnosed with Lobular Breast Cancer in January 2019 right in the middle of the Covid Pandemic. I had immediate right Mastectomy but was denied reconstruction as at the time it was not considered “ Essential Surgery”.Since then I have had LDF reconstruction, two surgeries to reduce my left…

Day 28 #LivingWithLobular

I reached out to Colleen having read a post from her on a US Lobular Breast Cancer FB page. I know that she is a fantastic Advocate for ILC and I felt that many of us could learn from her experience. I’m very grateful to Colleen for agreeing to help Lobular Ireland raise awareness and…

Day 19 #LivingWithLobular

I’m Jean Anne. I live in Galway and was diagnosed with lobular breast cancer at age 52 following my second screening mammogram with Breastcheck. After initial lumpectomy surgery I was found to have multifocal ILC which required 2 further surgeries – four smaller tumours were discovered on pathology after surgery (undetected on mammogram and pre…

Day 8 #LivingWithLobular

Our #Lobular Breast Cancer Awareness campaign contines into week #2 with the full knowledge that our #European ILC Research Partners have our backs. It is only with Lobular Specific Research that Patients with Invasive Lobular Carcinoma can be secure in the knowledge that their Subtype of Breast Disease will be treated as it should be.…

Lobular Up Front

FOCUS ON LOBULAR BREAST CANCER Front Cover News thanks to Collaborative Research from The European Lobular Breast Cancer Consortium http://www.elbcc.org Congratulations from #ILC Patient Community Invasive lobular carcinoma (ILC) is the most common ‘‘special type’’ breast cancer (BC) worldwide. ILC often has larger tumors on presentation and a unique pattern of metastatic spread compared to…

Global Collaboration around Lobular Breast Cancer

Access to full article ✅ HERE How Researchers, Clinicians and Patient Advocates Can Accelerate Lobular Breast Cancer Research Lobular Ireland and founder Siobhán Freeney are extremely honoured to be named co author on this Paper and will continue to raise awareness and education around Invasive Lobular Breast Cancer in Ireland and across Europe. Simple Summary…