CHICAGO – Men rarely get breast cancer, but those who do often don't survive as long as women, largely because they don't even realize they can get it and are slow to recognize the warning signs, researchers say.
On average, women with breast cancer lived two years longer than men in the biggest study yet of the disease in males.
study found that men's breast tumors were larger at diagnosis, more
advanced and more likely to have spread to other parts of the body. Men
were also diagnosed later in life; in the study, they were 63 on
average, versus 59 for women... Read More