“Breast cancer in men” seems an oxymoronic phrase, but it’s a sad truth: men do get breast cancer, and usually fare worse than women after being diagnosed. This Father’s Day, think about whether your breast cancer experience translates into increased risk for the men in your life – and what...
Published On: June 17, 2012
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