[Breast cancer in men: incidence and types of associated previous synchronous and metachronous cancers].

@article{Cutuli1992BreastCI,
  title={[Breast cancer in men: incidence and types of associated previous synchronous and metachronous cancers].},
  author={Bruno Cutuli and M Lacroze and J. M. Dilhuydy and P Florentz and Michel Velten and Christophe Allavena and Brigitte de Lafontan and Michel Resbeut and François Campana and Yvon Graic},
  journal={Bulletin du cancer},
  year={1992},
  volume={79 7},
  pages={689-96}
}
Male breast cancer represents about only 1% of all breast cancers. We have analysed a retrospective, multicentric series of 404 patients, initially non-metastatic, with mean age of 63 years. The 5 and 10-year overall survival rates were 65 and 36% respectively. Sixty-eight patients developed secondary cancer. From ten patients who already presented with cancer (2.5%) 3 cases corresponded to prostatic cancer treated by estrogen. Four had synchronous cancer (1%). Three and eight patients… CONTINUE READING

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