Welcome to this site! This is a great place for information and support. Lobular neoplasia, or lobular carcinoma in-situ (LCIS) is not considered a cancer, but is a precursor or a marker for breast cancer. Someone diagnosed with LCIS is considered high risk for developing a "real" breast cancer. The are special protocols developed for following patients who are high risk, including regular screening with mammo, ultrasound and MRIs. Having another biopsy is a good idea, since the only way to know for sure what is there is with the biopsy. I hope this biopsy is benign, too. If this is benign, be sure to discuss his plan for follow-up! Good luck!