I was diagnosed a year ago with 2 tumors, one ductal and one lobular, and it was ER+. In July we found it had metasticized to my vertebrae. A bone biopsy and a new blood test showed it had perhaps changed to triple negative. However, none of my 3 oncologists believed those results because I didn't seem "sick enough." God has been helping me so much.
In October I began treatment with Letrozole and Ibrance. In December we discovered that the cancer has spread yet again, into many more vertebrae and into my liver. A biopsy of the liver on December 29 has given us conclusive results that it remains ER+ and is invasive lobular carcinoma. So we know we were on the right track with the medications, they just didn't work.
This coming week I'll be getting all new scans and then start on Xeloda. I'm praying my body is strong and the tumors will shrink on the new medicine.
You are right in saying that invasive lobular carcinoma is more sneaky. I look forward to joining the webinar.