Male Breast Cancer

Men can also develop breast cancer.

In fact 1% of breast cancer occurs in males.

Symptoms such as a lump, pulling in of the nipple, bleeding from the nipple and pain require accurate assessment and treatment just as in women.

Unfortunately many people do not realise this and symptoms are often ignored for some time resulting in unnecessary delays in diagnosis and treatment.

Click link to view Close up interview Men with breast cancer Oct 27 2009.

http://tvnz.co.nz/close-up/men-breast-cancer-3096127/video.xhtml

 

 
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