Breast cancer - it doesn't just strike women
Spring 2011 : Breast Cancer Doesn’t Just Strike Women
Breast Cancer Doesn’t Just Strike Women
There are nearly 2,000 new cases of invasive breast cancer diagnosed among men in the United States every year. Yet, because of the lack of awareness, diagnosis normally happens at a late stage. Hear about the similarities and differences between male and female breast cancer, and how men must navigate a "sea of pink."
Guest: Sharon Giordano, M.D.
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