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A man gets breast cancer. Then what?
Rod Ritchie’s mother passed away from metastatic breast cancer when he was a child. Despite his family history and a lump in his left breast, Rod had to wait three months before his healthcare ...
In very rare cases, part of your breast cancer treatment can cause you to get a different cancer in a different part of your body, usually many years later. This is called a secondary cancer.