Cancers in Men

  1. About Breast Cancer in Men

    Breast cancer in men is rare—less than 1 percent of all breast carcinomas occur in men.

  2. Breast Reduction in Men With Gynecomastia

    Detailed information on gynecomastia, including causes, facts, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment

  3. Cancer Facts for Gay and Bisexual Men

    Gay and bisexual men are at higher risk of developing certain cancers, including lung, anal, skin, and prostate cancer.

  4. Colorectal Cancer

    Most people who have colorectal cancer are older than 50. This type of cancer is also associated with a diet high in fat and calories and low in fiber.

  5. Oral Cancer and Tobacco

    Detailed information on the link between tobacco and oral cancer, including cigarettes, cigars, pipes, and chewing tobacco and snuff

  6. Sexual Relationships and Testicular Cancer

    Whether the changes you experience are short-term or long lasting, you can find ways to feel good about yourself and to be intimate with your partner. Remember to be patient and give yourself time. Be creative.

  7. Testicular Cancer

    Testicular cancer is one of the most curable forms of cancer, but the symptoms may resemble other conditions or medical problems.

  8. Top 10 Cancers Among Men

    Cancer claims the lives of more than 300,000 men a year in the U.S. Early diagnosis and treatment can help reduce the risk of death.

  9. Treatment Options for Testicular Cancer

    Testicular cancer is a type of cancer that typically develops in men ages 20 to 35. It can be treated and is usually curable.

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