Men can also get breast cancer. Approximately 1% of all breast cancer cases is a man. Male breast cancer is not as widely researched as female breast cancer.
Bumps around the nipple, or a discharge from the nipple can be indicators of male breast cancer. Men’s breast that are misshapen, or are non-matching are also indicators of breast cancer. Diagnosis of male breast cancer usually occurs in men who are in the 60’s.
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