We studied the correlation of simultaneous DWI-ADC and 18F-FDG SUVmax in invasive ductal carcinoma (IDC) tumors (n=41), and their association with different diagnostic factors using integrated PET-MRI. An insignificant inverse correlation was found (r=-0.214, p=0.179) between SUVmax and ADCmean. SUVmax was significantly associated with tumor T-stage (p=0.024). ADCmean of the index IDC was significantly smaller in the patients with pathologically confirmed regional lymph node metastasis (p=0.0488) and estrogen receptor status (p=0.0254). An insignificantly larger SUVmax (p=0.1352) was found in triple negative IDCs. Our results showed that SUVmax and ADCmean might potentially have complementary roles in breast cancer characterization.