Inflammatory breast cancerinfo-icon, or IBC, is an aggressiveinfo-icon type of invasive breast cancerinfo-icon that usually doesn’t form a lump. IBC is marked by symptoms you or your providers might notice but not realize are related to breast cancer, including breast swelling, skin color changes in the breast, breast pain, sensations of heat, thickening of skin and peau d’orange, when the skin of the breast looks dimpled, like an orange peel.

IBC spreads quickly, so prompt diagnosisinfo-icon and treatment are important to improving outcomes. 

Look below for more information from LBBC about inflammatory breast cancer.