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-This entry draws heavily from [[http://downloads.frc.org/EF/EF14B56.pdf|Induced Abortion and Breast Cancer Link]].)) may not become detectable for eight to 10 years.+This entry draws heavily from [[http://marri.us/research/​research-papers/​induced-abortion-and-breast-cancer/|Induced Abortion and Breast Cancer Link]].)) may not become detectable for eight to 10 years.
  
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 There are invasive and in situ cancers of both the milk ducts and milk glands. When cancer cells form but do not penetrate the basement membrane, or outer layer of the duct or gland, a cancer is said to be an in situ cancer. These cancers are curable, because they cannot spread to other parts of the body. Invasive cancers have penetrated the basement membrane and can spread throughout the body, becoming metastatic and life-threatening. Most invasive cancers start as in situ cancers. There are invasive and in situ cancers of both the milk ducts and milk glands. When cancer cells form but do not penetrate the basement membrane, or outer layer of the duct or gland, a cancer is said to be an in situ cancer. These cancers are curable, because they cannot spread to other parts of the body. Invasive cancers have penetrated the basement membrane and can spread throughout the body, becoming metastatic and life-threatening. Most invasive cancers start as in situ cancers.
  
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