The signs and symptoms that indicate breast cancer in women hold true for men as well. Changes in the appearance of the breast tissue, such as dimpling, puckering, swelling, lumps, red or rashy skin, a discharge from the nipple, and a nipple that turns inward are among suspicious signs that are worth a visit to the doctor, and soon. This is all the more reason for men to pay attention when the women around them get informed about breast cancer.
*Since women are more likely than men to recognize a possible symptom of breast cancer when they see it, a woman should keep an eye peeled for changes in the breast tissue of her significant other.
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