Diagnosis of breast cancer in male patients

There is a need to raise public awareness of male breast cancer, which is increasing in incidence and commonly presents at a more advanced stage than female breast cancer

by Miss Laura Johnson and Professor Ian Fentiman
Men with breast cancer tend to present later and have a worse prognosis than women (Photograph: Maria Platt-Evans/SPL)
Men with breast cancer tend to present later and have a worse prognosis than women (Photograph: Maria Platt-Evans/SPL)

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