What is included in the long-term monitoring of breast cancer in men?

Updated: Oct 09, 2019
  • Author: Bagi RP Jana, MD; Chief Editor: John V Kiluk, MD, FACS  more...
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Men who have had breast cancer are at increased risk for a second ipsilateral or contralateral breast cancer. The risk of subsequent contralateral breast cancer is highest in men who were younger than 50 years when their initial cancer was diagnosed. Thus, periodic screening is probably advisable. [18]

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