Though breast cancer is most commonly thought of as a disease that affects women, breast cancer does occur in men.
Male breast cancer is most common in older men, though it can occur at any age.
Men diagnosed with male breast cancer at an early stage have a good chance for a cure.
Treatment typically involves surgery to remove the breast tissue.
Other treatments, such as chemotherapy and radiation therapy, may be recommended based on your particular situation.
Today, Against Breast Cancer funds pioneering research into new treatments, tools for earlier diagnosis and advice to reduce the risk of recurrence and secondary spread.
Working with expert scientists Against Breast Cancer want to increase the survival rates of all breast cancer patients and ultimately, discover a vaccine against breast cancer.
Breast Cancer Now are there for anyone affected by breast cancer, the whole way through, providing support for today and hope for the future.
By funding almost 360 of the brightest minds in breast cancer research, Breast Cancer Now are discovering how they can prevent, save lives and live well with breast cancer.
Breast Cancer Now will always be there for anyone affected by breast cancer.
From Breast Cancer Now's Moving Forward courses, Living With Secondary Breast Cancer groups, Helpline and more, Breast Cancer Now are that trusted friend you can turn to for support when you need it most.
Breast Cancer Now are determined to make sure anyone affected by breast cancer gets the best possible treatment and care.
Breast Cancer Now are working side-by-side with medical facilities, and their patients, to improve breast cancer services.