For more than half of women who develop stage IV breast cancer, the bones are the first site of metastasis. Although breast cancer can spread.
At the U-M Rogel Cancer Center, treatment of bone metastasis takes place in the clinic where the originating cancer is treated. Bone metastasis or "bone mets" occurs when cancer cells from the primary tumor relocate to the bone. Bone metastases do not begin from the bones but move.
Breast cancer that has spread to the bones is known as secondary or If you experience any persistent thigh, hip or groin pain, contact your specialist team so .
The end-of-life symptoms associated with metastatic breast cancer depend on where a person's cancer has spread to, and they can include.