To treat inflammatory breast cancer, your doctor will use a combination of strategies, including chemotherapy, surgery, radiation therapy, and possibly targeted therapies. This combined approach is allowing for better control of IBC than was possible in the past. The biggest difference between treating IBC and other forms of breast cancer is that surgery is not the first treatment.
In this section:
- Before Surgery for Inflammatory Breast Cancer: Chemotherapy and Targeted Therapy
- Surgery for Inflammatory Breast Cancer
- After Surgery for Inflammatory Breast Cancer: Radiation Therapy
- Additional Treatments for Inflammatory Breast Cancer
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