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 I am dying of of cancer, but i can't tell my fiance or family. I don't want them to fuss over me. I am scared

 My co-worker has brain cancer how do I insure that I won't catch it???

 is it possible to get lung cancer after 1 year of smoking?
like 10 a day. im 17 years old male. help im ...

 How do I deal with this (my dad is dying of stomach cancer)?
He was going to go through chemotherapy, but the cancer spread too much and there is nothing they can do. So basically people are going to come over 3 times a week to give him a shot so he won't ...

 Why isn't cigarette smoking illegal?
I understand A LOT of people smoke cigarettes....but that isn't my question...why don't they make it illegal with all the health hazards it causes to the smoker, and those around the smoker....

 i've heard its cancer causing to sleep with a regular bra at night.
but is it okay to sleep with a sports bra without the same effect?...

 How should I act around my Aunt who has lung cancer? ?
My aunt lives in Germany. My Mom and Grandma are going to go visit her in November, although it might be pushed up considering she is very ill. She is only 39 years old and has always been a free ...

 How Do Cigarettes Cost?
How much Do Marlboro lights cost (a.k.a the gold package)

I need to give my friend money so shell buy them for me

I also live in iowa
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 is weed worse than cigarettes?
my friend is kinda stupid and she thinks that weed is worse, but i think cigarettes are..
im trying to prove her right
which one is ...

 If a woman...?
If a woman can get breast cancer could a man? Some men give "breast milk" like woman could they get breast cancer? Could a normal man get it? Why or Why not?
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 Is it true that if your hand is bigger than your face, you have cancer?

 My dad is dying please help...?
This could be my dad's last Christmas. He has undergone 3 heart surgeries and 3 heart attacks, 3 of his four arteries are blocked (even after his triple bypass) and he is inoperable at this ...

 I just found out yesterday that my cancer has spread to my right lung and now have to undergo very very?
powerful chemo....before for my cervical cancer the chemo was only to boost the radiation not kill the cancer..well not now..so my question is what has been your experence with chemo...what can ...

 Please pray for my ill father?
he has two (and more) types of cancer in his body...and i am afraid. He can die any minute, is what doctors say and he is very weak. When he eats, he tastes nothing, when he walks it looks like one ...

 do you believe cell phones cause cancer?
what doesnt cause cancer though? lol
but i was wondering what you guys think?
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meg i dont care if this question pisses you off ignore it and answer a different ...

 Will I get cancer?
My mom had cancer many times about two years ago, when I was in fifth grade. And I heard that its something you are born with and you inherit from your parents.
Be flat out honest. Am I really ...

 I've been smoking for likea year or so think i have lung cancer?

 My husband was diagnosed with terminal cancer 6 months ago, he seems to be doing well. It's hard to beleive.
It doesn't seem to me like he's only got six months left. How does cancer progress, is it very quick at the end. His cancer is Unknown primary, which means they don't know where it ...

 Why can't we find a cure for cancer?

 If we cured cancer, would that not be a mistake?
I know alot of people may hate me for this question, but if we cured cancer wouldn't that mean big trouble for the rest of us, as the population would increase, countries will become more ...

Saranghae Key
Is it possible for a Male to get breast cancer?
This has always been question thats been in my head for years.

VERY RARE but answer is yes

Yes it is more that possible but most men who get it die because
they think it is only a cancer that attack women.
So they don't get help as soon.
Most men who get breast cancer are over weight so when the mass
appears they don't notice it as soon.
The doctors do a ultra sound to find the breast cancer with men.

Once it is found the treatment is Pretty close to the same as for
a women.

Yes. Any part of the human body can develop cancer. Men have breast tissue, just not as much as women . . so they can get breast cancer too.

National Cancer Institute: Male Breast Cancer

John Nick Foundation: Male Breast Cancer Awareness

Jeffrey H
Yes men do get chest cancer unlike women they dont have as much
tiisue or have the mammary problems women do but men are known to have or get chest cancers that link to the glands close to the armpits and then they can spread to the mans ribs and lungs which is were they spread to the rest of the body if not caught early when the man feels his glands under the arms swell and hurt he might allow it to
go and grow and it takes on the lungs for their supply of blood which the cancers seem to grow toward. once in the lungs it spreads to the other organs once in thelungs it will be a deadly proposition for the lungs link the cancer cells to the blood supply the cells pass easiy
to the liver and other organs like the kidneys and the lower bowels
and the heart. a killer once in the lung.
yes they do get it and suffer the same.


Yes, it is possible for a male to get breast cancer. Male breast cancer rates aren't as high as female rates but they do exist.

Yes it's possible and if breast cancer runs in your family (either in males or females) you need to do monthy self exams.

Absolutely yes, but it's not nearly as common in men as women

Peace. Love. Dance
Yes, of course. Actually I saw a Science Fair project on that subject last year, and it said it is possible for men, but it is 100 times less likely that a man will get it, as to a woman.

On the last link it said it usually happens to men between 60 to 70 years of age.

Here is some websites for you:




Hope this helped!

emmy kate
Yes, it is. Although many people believe that only women have breasts, this is not true. men also do, just they are not the same as women's. it is true that men can get breast cancer.

In men, breast cancer is very rare. There are about 300 men diagnosed each year in the UK, compared with more than 45,500 cases of breast cancer in women. That's about one man for every 140 women diagnosed. So Yeh it is possible.

Just ME
Yes, very rare

Yeah, guys with Man Breasts need to get checked out.


Yes. Lots of men have and are victims of breast cancer.

Yes.. look at the link. the American Cancer Society...

of course.

Juliette M

yep sure can

Yes it is, I read an article about it in some magazine
Scary stuff :S

Yes, definitely. Women are 100 times more likely, but it does occur in men, usually between the ages of 60 and 70. The Mayo Clinic as an excellent website dedicated solely to this subject.



Yes it is.

Fewer than 1% of all those diagnosed with breast cancer are male. For example, in the UK around 46,000 people are diagnosed with breast cancer each year and 300 of them are men. Just under 12,000 women and around 90 men die from breast cancer in the UK each year.

Most men diagnosed with breast cancer are over 60.

It's exactly the same cancer that women get - there's no such thing as 'male breast cancer' - and it's treated in exactly the same way

The person who says women get breast cancer after giving birth is talking rubbish.

In fact never having had children and never having breastfed are risk factors for breast cancer in women. Having children young and breastfeeding both offer a measure of protection against breast cancer.

Both women with children and those without get breast cancer

Male breast cancer is a disease in which malignant (cancer) cells form in the tissues of the breast.

Breast cancer may occur in men. Men at any age may develop breast cancer, but it is usually detected (found) in men between 60 and 70 years of age. Male breast cancer makes up less than 1% of all cases of breast cancer.


yes, not common but sure not rare either

yes men have breast tissue, just not near as much as women but it is still possible



uh-huh! i dont like cancer. its a bad scary thing.

YES. Sir,

It is possible for a male to get Breast cancer. I am giving below detailed information on the subject.-

Even though men do not have Breasts like women, they do have a small amount of breast tissue. In fact the Breasts of an adult man are similar to the breasts of a girl before puberty, and consist of a few ducts surrounded by breast and other tissue. In girls, this tissue grows and develops in response to female hormones, but in men, who do not secrete the same amounts of these hormones, this tissue does not develop.

However, because it is still breast tissue, men can develop breast cancer. In fact, men get the same types of breast cancers that women do, although cancers involving the milk producing and storing regions of the breast are very rare. Breast cancer in men is a very rare disease. This is possibly due to their smaller amount of breast tissue and the fact that men produce smaller amounts of hormones like estrogen that are known to affect breast cancers in women. Only a tiny fraction of breast cancers diagnosed - less than 1% - occur in men. And because it happens so infrequently, much is still unknown about male breast cancer. It is very rare for a man under age 35 to get breast cancer, but the likelihood of developing the disease increases with age. Family history in a close female relative and a history of radiation exposure of the chest can also increase the risk.

The clearest risk for developing breast cancer seems to be in men who have had an abnormal enlargement of their breasts in response to drug or hormone treatments, or even some infections and poisons. Individuals with a rare genetic disease called Klinefelters syndrome, are especially prone to develop breast cancer. Men with severe liver disease tend to have lower levels of male hormones, (androgens) and higher levels of female hormones (estrogens) putting them at an increased risk of developing breast cancer.

The major problem is that breast cancer in men is often diagnosed later than breast cancer in women. This may be because men are less likely to be suspicious of an abnormality in that area. In addition, their small amount of breast tissue is harder to feel and allowing tumors to spread more quickly to the surrounding tissues.

Men also have very similar symptoms as women have. Most male breast cancers are diagnosed when a man discovers a lump on his chest. However, unlike women, men tend to go to the doctor with more severe symptoms that often include bleeding from the nipple and abnormalities in the skin above the cancer.

The symptoms, diagnosis and treatment techniques for male breast cancers are similar to that of female (physical exams, mammograms, and biopsies) and the same four treatments that are used in treating breast cancer in women (surgery, chemotherapy, radiation and hormones) are also used to treat the disease in men. So, it is very essential that the awareness is spread among men also. -

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