Breast Cancer in Men—Yes, Really

Though many people think of breast cancer as something that affects only women, that’s not the case. If you follow celebrity news, you may have heard about several men who have been afflicted, including Kiss drummer Peter Criss, talk show host Montel Williams, Shaft actor Richard Roundtree, and Mathew Knowles, the father of the singer […]

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