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The Male Breast  Cancer Blog

by HIS Breast Cancer Awareness

October 21, 2019

About 2,670 U.S. men are estimated to have been diagnosed with breast cancer this year. Male breast cancer comprises less than 1% of all breast cancer cases. Given its rarity, there are a lot of misconceptions and stigma surrounding male breast cancer, which often results in a lot of stress and anxiety in men who have been diagnosed with the disease. Furthermore, the lack of male-centric information regarding breast cancer can bring about psychological distress. Dealing with this condition can b...

Foods You Can Use In The Fight Against Male Breast Cancer

While the go-to cancer treatment options are usually surgery, chemo, and radiation, new studies conducted by Otto Warburg have shown that nutrition plays a major role in preventing the progression of breast cancer. This is a welcome discovery, since even though only 1 in 833 men get breast cancer, men diagnosed with the disease have a higher mortality rate compared to their female counterparts. This is because they often fail to seek treat...

February 12, 2018

Arm and shoulder movement after recovering from male breast cancer

If you are recovering from male breast cancer, exercise isn’t just about maintaining a healthy lifestyle. It is also about improving circulation, lymph function and increasing mobility as your body is healing. What is more, according to Cancer.org,  exercising regularly can lower recurrence risk of breast cancer too.

Getting the arms and shoulders moving is very important, as this will help you get back to normal daily activities...

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