09/27/2010 // Colorado Springs, CO, USA // Get Cancer Answers // Cancer Answers
Doctors now feel it is important for men to get checked for breast cancer. It has been reported that between 1,000 and 2,000 men are expected to get breast cancer in 2010. Although the number of cancer cases is drastically lower for males than woman, doctors say that despite gender anyone can develop breast cancer. Regular mammograms can help detect breast cancer in its early stages. Those with a family history of breast cancer should be on extra lookout for abnormalities in their chest.