Management of male breast cancer.

Abstract

Male breast cancer afflicts about 900 men a year in the U.S., of whom 300 die of their disease. General recommendations for treatment are similar to those for females: All patients with positive nodes and selected node-negative patients considered at high risk for recurrence are advised to have systemic therapy. Tamoxifen is often recommended because the… (More)

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