Male Breast Cancer

They're all born with a small amount of breast tissue. Breast tissue consists of milk-producing glands (lobules), ducts carrying milk to the nipples, and fat.

Women begin to develop more breast tissue during puberty, and men do not. But because men are born with a small amount of breast tissue, they may develop breast cancer

Types of breast cancer diagnosed in males include: • Cancer that begins in the milk ducts (ductal carcinoma). Almost all male breast cancers are ductal carcinoma.

• Cancer which starts in the milk-producing gland (lobular carcinoma). This form is rare in men because there are few lobules in their breast tissue.

• Certain forms of cancers. Other, more unusual types of breast cancer that can arise in men include nipple disease in Paget and inflammatory breast cancer

 

 

 

  • Rare disease
  • Mutations
  • High temperature environments
  • Electromagnetic fields
  • Hyperoestrogenisation
  • Blood test

Related Conference of Male Breast Cancer

March 24-25, 2020

International Meeting on Reproductive Medicine and Womens Health

Amsterdam | Netherlands
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7th Asia Pacific Gynecology and Obstetrics Congress

Singapore City, Singapore
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2nd World Conference on Breast and Cervical Cancer

Helsinki, Finland
September 09-10, 2020

International Conference on Gynecology

Valencia, Spain
October 19-20, 2020

World Congress on Gynecology and Obstetrics

Tokyo, Japan

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