Men can have breast cancer – The Times of India.

Breast cancers in men appear to share similar risk factors with postmenopausal breast cancer in women. A 2013 review summarised the factors that have been associated with breast cancer in men. Despite these reported associations, the vast majority of men with breast cancer have no identifiable risk factors.

The most common clinical presentation is a painless, firm, subareolar mass.

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