Story: Is Male Breast Cancer Overlooked in Clinical Trials? – The ASCO Post I want to thank the ASCO Post for running this story – it is much appreciated!
Yesterday I was honored to speak at a session on Clinical Trials at the annual meeting of the American Society of Breast Surgeons in Dallas. Dr. Deanna Attai, the President of ASBrS and a breast […]
Risk of Second Non-Breast Primary Cancer in Male and Female Breast Cancer Patients: A Population-Based Cohort Study Hung MH, Liu CJ, Teng CJ, Hu YW, Yeh CM, Chen SC, Chien SH, Hung YP, Shen CC, […]
Aromatase inhibitors with or without luteinizing hormone-releasing hormone agonist for metastatic male breast cancer: report of four cases and review of the literature Kuba S, Ishida M, Oikawa M, Nakamura Y, Yamanouchi K, Tokunaga E, […]
Exciting news today from the 10th European Breast Cancer Conference! Here is a quote from today’s exciting announcement/presentation about the biology of male breast cancer: Speaking at the 10th European Breast Cancer Conference (EBCC-10) today (Thursday), […]
Male Breast Cancer Has Limited Effect on Survivor’s Perceptions of Their Own Masculinity: A Record Review and Telephone Survey of Patients in Johannesburg, South Africa Rayne S, Schnippel K, Thomson J, Reid J, Benn C […]
Take a listen: When Men Get Breast Cancer, They Enter A World Of Pink Thank you Patti and NPR’s Morning Edition for helping us raise awareness.
Environmental endocrine disruptors: Effects on the human male reproductive system M. F. Sweeney & N. Hasan & A. M. Soto & C. Sonnenschein Rev Endocr Metab Disord. 2016 Feb 4. [Epub ahead of print] Background […]
At MD Anderson Cancer Center, where I receive my treatment (and where I work) we have a Survivorship Clinic. Many cancer centers do. Patients are transitioned to this clinic after their active therapy and follow […]
The observation published in JAMA Surgery that prophylactic contralateral mastectomies are on the rise in men with breast cancer made a lot of news recently, including on major outlets like Newsweek and the Washington Post. […]