Men urged to act on breast changes

Shirtless man suffering a heart attack and grabbing his chest Every week three men in Australia are diagnosed with breast cancer yet many still think it’s a female-only disease. While it’s much more prevalent in women, affecting one in eight compared to one in 838 men, early detection is just as important for men, says Cancer Australia. That’s why the federal government body has launched a new “mini-website” to improve understanding of the symptoms of male breast cancer. The proportion of breast cancers diagnosed in men has remained fairly constant at about one per cent but Cancer Australia CEO Professor…
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