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BY David Dudak

When I got my second cancer diagnosis in early 2017, I was already going to MD Anderson regularly to see Dr. Alessandra Ferrajoli. I’d been diagnosed with chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL) the year before after some bloodwork came back abnormal, and I went to MD Anderson on a friend’s recommendation.

At the time, Dr. Ferrajoli had recommended “watchful waiting,” as there was no real benefit to starting treatment until my symptoms...

Leukemia and male breast cancer survivor David Dudak and his wife, Clara

BY Ronnie Pace

As I approach the fourth anniversary of my original male breast cancer diagnosis in March 2013, it occurs to me that the feelings which overwhelmed...

BY Ronnie Pace

Last year, well into my third year of recovery from male breast cancer, I discovered a small lump where a lump should not have been. Once...

BY Ronnie Pace

There are approximately 2,200 men in the United States who are diagnosed with breast cancer each year, and I am one of them.

Until my diagnosis, I did not know men were susceptible to breast cancer. Because the number of women with breast cancer is far higher than the number of men, there is little mention of male breast cancer in the media.

My male breast cancer diagnosis
My tumor was discovered by accident. I...

Ronnie Pace shares his male breast cancer story.

BY Laura Nathan-Garner

One in two men will be diagnosed with cancer during their lifetime. And, one in six men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer, the second...

BY Oliver Bogler

It's been 259 days since my male breast cancer diagnosis. Since then, I've undergone 15 chemotherapy infusions, 35 doses of Zofran...

BY Laura Nathan-Garner

Last summer, Oliver Bogler felt a lump in his chest -- one that sometimes seemed to grow and ache. Though his Internet searches told him it...

BY Oliver Bogler

This past week I reached a major milestone in my male breast cancer treatment - my last chemo, certainly for now and hopefully forever.

BY Lucy Richardson

Breast cancer is typically thought of as a woman's disease. But men develop the disease, too. And, due to a lack of awareness about male...

BY Oliver Bogler, Ph.D

Oliver Bogler, Ph.D., is senior vice president of Academic Affairs and professor of neurosurgery research at MD Anderson. He was diagnosed...