Breast Cancer: It can effect Men as well.

As we know breast cancer ll.
Doctors at Rock Hill Radiology say men’s breast cancer isn’t talked about as much because it’s not as easily detected.
They say while it is more common in women, 1 out of every 100 cases of the disease is a male.
They’ve had male patients get screened because of symptoms like feeling a lump, pain or tenderness.

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