Male breast cancer is a rare disease, accounting for less than 1 percent of all breast cancer cases. Because of the low incidence of this disease, its cause and pathogenesis are not completely understood. Men are not routinely screened for the disease and usually do not think about the possibility of acquiring it. As a result, breast cancer, when first detected in a man, tends to be more advanced than when it is first diagnosed in women.
Pages to are hidden for
"Risk Factors for Male Breast Cancer"Please download to view full document