Men Get Breast Cancer, Too Hope and Friendship Metastatic Breast Cancer Foundation Support Group Massachusetts
Men Get Breast Cancer, too.
Learn the story of a wonderful man, Peter, age 52, a veteran Marine who was diagnosed in 2008 with Stage IV Metastatic Breast Cancer. He is one of 84 men stationed at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina with breast cancer; this is the largest male breast cancer cluster in the country. Men should check their breasts monthly and should not have lumps, bumps, pain, swelling or redness. Meet with your health care provider immediately, if you do. His story is included in the book and the award winning documentary about the poisoning of generations at Camp Lejeune through contaminated ground water: