Breast Cancer Tips
Information About Breast Cancer In Men
Statistics on Men's Breast Cancer
Men are not very likely to get breast cancer. In the U.S., fewer than 2,000 men are expected to be diagnosed each year, according to a 2005 statistic. Breast cancer accounts for two-tenths of a percent of cancer deaths in men. Women are 100 times more likely to be afflicted with breast cancer than men. Yet some men do get breast cancer, and some die from it. If men ignore the possibility that they may get breast cancer, they're being naive. Men, especially those with high risk factors, should ask their doctors about a breast cancer screening. It could save your life.