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.