December 15, 2006, Newsletter Issue #44: Risk Factors For Developing Male Breast Cancer

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Breast cancer risk factors are very similar in men and women alike. Risk factors such as a strong family history of breast cancer, increasing age, significant alcohol use, being overweight, and getting little or no exercise are among the most important ones. Particularly a family history of breast cancer in the family of each parent would be a good indicator that a man should look closely at the possibility of breast cancer, and look into information about breast cancer in men.

It is possible that your doctor will recommend screening techniques for you based on your family history.

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