Breast cancer warning after man’s diagnosis
When you think of breast cancer, you think of a form of cancer that affects only women. It doesn’t. While breast cancer in men is rare it’s still an issue.
Ian Cranston, 70, was diagnosed with breast cancer in May. Two weeks later he had a mastectomy. The Portadown father-of-two was given the all-clear in June and has decided to speak publicly to make men aware that it’s a cancer that doesn’t just affect women. He said “men also need to check their breasts for changes”. BBC News