There has been some recent discussion about how to talk about male breast cancer, specifically whether to use the word breast or instead euphemize it with ‘chest’. I wanted to share my opinion, which is […]
Nearly 7 years ago I did an analysis of clinical trials and found that 32% of trials allowed both male and female patients to enroll, as I wrote on this site and in a publication, […]
Welcome to October – the month we think more about breast cancer than usual. This is a quick post and appeal to my regular readers and a welcome to first time visitors. I have written […]
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 […]
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. […]
Honored to be mentioned in a great story on male breast cancer in Vice magazine by Naomi Melati Bishop via Men Have Breasts Too: My Dad’s Pink-Hued Fight with Breast Cancer | Motherboard.
Thank you to Dr. Stacey Loeb (@LoebStacy of @NYUDocs) for the chance to participate in a segment on male breast cancer on Doctor Radio tonight. Thank you also to @DrAttai for a chance to appear […]
Dear Readers, Somewhat unusually, I am appealing directly to you to consider supporting the American Association for Cancer Research’s Bardos Award for undergrads. Simply put, it is a great mechanism to bring the best and […]
Honored to have guestpost “#MaleBreastCancer: Facts and a Personal Perspective” on @DrAttai ‘s site #bcsm http://ow.ly/EMwId