Members of the Scientific Advisory Board (SAB) and a number of invited experts in the field want to share their perspective on a variety of current breast cancer topics with you. With this in mind, we have created a monthly column, where we will review relevant research findings on the causes, prevention, early detection and treatment of breast cancer. We will examine the medical literature behind the popular news in the media and put the latest findings into context for women at risk of breast cancer and for those already diagnosed with the disease. We hope this column will be informative for you.
Eric P. Winer, MD
Chair, Scientific Advisory Board
Breast cancer – a rare, but possible diagnosis for men
Although breast cancer in men is rare, it does happen. In the U.S. about one percent of all breast cancers occur in men. We still have much to learn about breast cancer in men because the diagnosis is so rare. This article provides a brief overview that may be helpful if you or a man you know (or love) has been diagnosed with breast cancer. Find out more.
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