Tag: maleBreastCancer

Male breast cancer: Breast cancer in men. Most male breast cancer appears to resemble female postmenopausal hormone receptor positive (ER+/PR+) breast cancer. Rates of male breast cancer have been increasing along with exposure to estrogen in our diets and from various industrial and environmental sources.

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03/08/12
Heart drug digoxin (digitalis) increases risk of breast cancer
01/10/12
Father's breast cancer or BRCA mutation strongly influences daughter's risk
12/27/11
Breast cancer in male and female relatives increases risk of breast cancer
10/05/11
Men are more likely to survive breast cancer than women, given similar disease characteristics
09/08/11
Male breast cancer survival is influenced by age, tumor size, ER status and lymph node involvement
08/08/11
Lymphedema is common in men with breast cancer
12/24/10
Male breast cancer patients are less likely to survive than female patients
07/08/10
Male BRCA2 mutation carriers have 8% lifetime risk of breast cancer

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