Breast carcinoma in men

@article{Giordano2004BreastCI,
  title={Breast carcinoma in men},
  author={S. Giordano and D. Cohen and A. Buzdar and G. Perkins and G. Hortobagyi},
  journal={Cancer},
  year={2004},
  volume={101}
}
Male breast carcinoma is an uncommon disease, and most previous studies have been single‐institution series that were limited by extremely small sample sizes. The goals of the current study were to fill in the major gaps in knowledge regarding the incidence, presenting characteristics, prognostic factors, and survival rates of male breast carcinoma and to determine how breast carcinoma differs between men and women. 
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