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What is papillary carcinoma breast cancer?

Papillary carcinoma is a type of breast cancer which can be separated into noninvasive and invasive types. It includes cells arranged in small, fingerlike projections. These cancers are more common in older women and make up no more than 1-2% of all breast cancers.

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