Male breast cancer - pictures

Male breast cancer - It is a relatively rare form of cancer. It happens most often in men between the ages of 60 and 70. Risk factors for male breast cancer include radiation exposure, a family history of breast cancer and who have high levels of estrogen, which can occur with diseases such as cirrhosis or Klinefelter syndrome.

Male breast cancer - Signs, symptoms and causes

- Symptoms of breast cancer include lumps, nipple retraction, breast swelling, a skin lesion such as an ulcer, changes in nipple or breast skin to

leak fluid from the nipple.

Male breast cancer - Treatment

Treatment for breast cancer in men is usually a mastectomy. What is surgery to remove the affected breast or removal of part of the breast. Other treatments include radiation, chemotherapy and / or hormonal therapy.