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Because male breast cancer is rare, many cases aren’t caught till later stages
Washington Post

For months, Oliver Bogler ignored the lump he felt behind the nipple of his right breast, figuring it was just a weird little nuisance. But on a rafting trip in Idaho last summer, his T-shirt was stained by discharge when he took off his life vest. That got his attention.

He went to his doctor, who immediately recommended a mammogram and biopsy. The diagnosis: breast cancer.