Breast Cancer Does Not Discriminate against Men

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Playing Men Have a Higher Breast Cancer Mortality Rate than Women

Did you know that men can get breast cancer? This year in the U.S. it’s estimated that 2,670 men will be diagnosed and close to 500 will die from the disease. Men are at a much lower risk, but breast cancer does not discriminate. Michael, who was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2007, shares his story with The Doctors and Dr. Freda Lewis-Hall, Chief Patient Officer of Pfizer.

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