Globular neoplasia and invasive lobular BC pathology and multiple variables of special types of breast cancers

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Published: 31 Jan 2023
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Prof Mohamed Desouki - Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center, Buffalo, New York

Prof Mohamed Desouki speaks to ecancer about his talks at the BGICC 2023. 

He starts by discussing his talk on globular neoplasia and invasive lobular breast cancer pathology. This study aimed to ascertain pathologic findings of surgical follow-up excision on patients who had a radiologic finding of calcifications and lobular neoplasia on core biopsy.

He then explores his other talk on multiple variables of special types of breast cancers.

My talks, I have four talks in this meeting, very nice meeting; this is my second time to present here. I have two talks about the breast pathology and two talks about the GYN pathology. The first talk of the breast pathology I will talk about globular neoplasia and invasive globular carcinoma. The globular neoplasia is the precursor lesion of the invasive globular carcinoma which is a special type of breast cancer.

The second talk will be a talk about the other rare special types. Breast cancers you can just divide mainly into two types – special types and non-special types. So this year the two talks are about the non-special types of breast cancer so the second one will be talking about multiple variables of special type breast cancers like tubular carcinoma, invasive micropapillary carcinoma, cribriform carcinomas among others.

Why is the BGICC important?

The conference is so important because the breast and GYN cancers are very common cancers and are taking a lot of lives. At the same time it’s a lot of expense on this. We have to screen, prevent or at least treat breast and GYN cancers early in the course of the disease to prevent, or at least treat, the worse outcomes of these diseases right now.