Can a breast droop because of breast cancer?

PROBABLY not. Drooping- ptosis- is usually symmetric and in the older population- over 50. If drooping -one sided, mass effect, hardness, redness, nipple discharge, skin -nipple retraction or just does not feel like the other breast or is a distinct change show your doctor.
Possibly. On exam a doctor looks for symmetry and shape as a patient raises there arms over the head or presses against the waste. If this symmetry is abnormal it's possibly do to cancer in the breast. The cancer if large enough could cause drooping. But a small cancer would not do this.

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