Fatality rate for men with breast cancer has soared compared to women - man with breast cancer


Male Breast Cancer | Diagnosis and Treatment | University of Michigan Rogel Cancer Center man with breast cancer

WebMD explains breast cancer in men, including risk factors and how it's diagnosed and treated.

Even though males do not develop milk-producing breasts, a man’s breast cells and tissue can still develop cancer. Even so, male breast cancer is very rare. Breast cancer in men is usually detected as a hard lump underneath the nipple and areola.

There is hope, innovation and support available for men diagnosed with breast cancer here at the U-M Rogel Cancer Center.