A man with a woman’s cancer How can we do better for male breast cancer patients?

Jim Boumelha

Being diagnosed with a “woman’s” cancer can pose all sorts of problems for a man. Should breast cancer advocacy groups be more welcoming? Do men need their own groups, or don’t they do that sort of thing? And can greater public and professional awareness combat the awkwardness and marginalisation felt by many men being treated for a disease so heavily branded by the pink ribbon?

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