One in 833 men will be diagnosed with breast cancer. According to Breast Cancer.org, in 2019, about 2,670 men are expected to be diagnosed with breast cancer.
This post is to encourage men to not neglect lumps or nipple changes of their breasts.
Men carry a higher mortality rate than women because they are generally unaware that they can have breast cancer and are more likely to delay diagnosis and thus, treatment.
Risk factors for men include exposure to radiation, high levels of estrogen, and a family history of the BRCA1 or BRCA2 gene. Read the rest of this entry