What is the survival rate for lobular breast cancer? The five-year survival rate for invasive lobular carcinoma is high compared to other types of cancer — nearly 100% when treated early. If the cancer has spread to nearby tissues, the five-year survival rate is about 93%. If it has metastasized to other areas of your body, the five-year survival rate is 22%.
Is lobular breast cancer aggressive? But ILC tumors can often spread aggressively. People diagnosed with ILC are on average 3 years older at diagnosis compared with those with IDC. ILC is also most often diagnosed at a more advanced stage.
Where does lobular breast cancer spread first? The cancer can be any size and may or may not have spread to nearby lymph nodes. It has spread to distant organs or to lymph nodes far from the breast. The most common sites of spread are the bone, liver, brain or lung.
Which is worse lobular or ductal breast cancer? Invasive Lobular Breast Cancer May Have Worse Prognosis than Ductal Cancer.