Preventive Breast Cancer Surgery on the Rise in Men
Research from the American Cancer Society and Dana Farber Cancer Institute has found a sharp rise in the number of men with breast cancer who are having their cancer-free breast removed as well.
Researchers Learn More About a Rare Genetic Mutation Linked to Breast Cancer
An international team of researchers has found that abnormal changes (mutations) to a gene called PALB2 increase the risk of breast cancer much more than previously thought.
Study: Some Male Breast Cancer Patients Stop Treatment Due to Side Effects
In the largest study of its kind, researchers have found that 20% of male breast cancer patients stopped taking the drug tamoxifen early because they couldn’t tolerate the side effects.