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Male Breast Cancer By the Numbers (INFOGRAPHIC): A "fast facts" infographic of male breast cancer in the United states.

from The Huffington Post

Could You Spot The Symptoms Of Male Breast Cancer?

Could You Spot The Symptoms Of Male Breast Cancer The Symptoms Plus What Happens After Diagnosis

Surviving 2011 A porcelain tribute to breast cancer fighters and the choices they face. In the growing awareness of Breast Cancer, a disease which appears to be the inevitable side-effect of womanhood (though males can also develop it, but a lot less frequently), this doll was my attempt at working through my own personal fear of it, and facing up to the possibility that one day I could be amongst hundreds of thousands of women who develop it. I can only hope to be brave, like so many…


Male Breast Cancer - Breast Cancer in Men | Susan G. Komen® #malebreastcancer #breastcancer #susangkomen


Risk Factors of the Male Breast Cancer and Common Symptoms -

from Daily Health Post

How To Detox Your Armpits In 7 Days To Prevent Breast Cancer

Breast cancer – this terrible disease is one of the leading causes of death among women, in the world. Women between 35 – 54 are especially affected by this terrible disease. Male person has 43% chance of developing cancer in their lifetime, and women have 37% chance. The medical experts and all the medical industry…


Another HUMAN being who has been ignored up by the pink "AWARENESS"ribbons...this one is a former United States MARINE!


Being Breast Aware Breast awareness is pertinent to women and is a tool which inarguably empowers women towards better health status. The idea is to encourage women on having an inclination towards understanding of their bodies and become more aware of their own breasts.


Did you know that both male and female, are born with some breast cells and tissue? Even though it is not common a man’s breast cells and tissue can still develop cancer. Even so, male breast cancer is very rare. Less than one percent of all breast cancer cases develop in men, and only one in a thousand men will ever be diagnosed with breast cancer. Breast cancer in men is usually detected as a hard lump underneath the nipple and areola. Sharing is caring!