Breast cancer does not only affect women, as many people believe. While less common, it is possible for men to develop the disease. And ironically, men are more likely to die of breast cancer beacuse of less understanding the diagnosis and slow reaction time to symptoms. Every year nearly 1,500 men in America are diagnosed with breast cancer. Click here to visit Cancer.org and learn more about male breast cancer.
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