The Male Breast  Cancer Blog

by HIS Breast Cancer Awareness

Do the men in your life know they can be diagnosed with breast cancer? Do men realize they have breast too?

On Father’s Day you’re probably thinking about the family of men in your life. In addition to your father or father in law or husband, you probably send wishes to sons, brothers, uncles, friends and neighbors. This Father’s Day would be a great opportunity to help make them all aware that breast cancer is not just a woman’s disease.

With conversations today about pandemics, race, equality, t...

Something suspicious has been identified. Probably you felt it and found it due to some pain or irritation or although unlikely, because you’re aware of Male Breast Cancer and you have been performing a self breast exam ! You see your general doctor who recommends a mammogram and possibly a breast ultrasound. YEP! There’s something suspicious there!  Now what?!

First you have to work past the mental and emotional stages. You are a male, you do have breast, and you may have breast cancer whic...

As a Male, one of the most important exercises you can perform for and on yourself is to do a self breast exam – yes men do have breast! We all hear women being told to examine their breast monthly but it is equally if not more important for men.  Since men are not prescribed annual or bi-annual mammograms no matter what their age, the closest thing to finding a lump or change in their breast is themselves.

Male Breast Cancer is often more progressed as well as more fatal since it is discovered m...

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