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Lobular carcinoma in situ (LCIS) and atypical hyperplasias of the breast

To understand LCIS, ALH and ADH, it helps to know what your breast looks like on the inside. The breast contains lobules (milk sacs), which produce milk when a woman breastfeeds her baby. The milk travels from the lobules to the nipple through milk ducts.

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Cancer Type: Lymphoma
Publication Audience: People affected by cancer, and their family and friends
Year: 2003
Document Status: Rescinded

This resource is 10 years or older and has been rescinded by Cancer Australia. It is available to the public for research and reference purposes only. Cancer Australia assumes no legal liability or responsibility for errors or omissions contained within.