Possible. Although less common than women, men can develop breast cancer.
Yes you can. Men can also get breast cancer whether or not breast cancer runs in their family. Family history increases the risk. If there are palpable lumps, areas of thichening, swelling, breast symptoms, nipple discharge or any other concerns please have a medical exam to make sure the cause is determined. If a family member has had a positive brca test, you may want to consider testing too.
Yes. While breast cancer is much less commen in men than women, it can occur with higher probability in patients with a hereditary predisposition to breast cancer. In fact, men with the brca-2 mutation may have a 5-10% lifetime risk of developing breast cancer, as compared to the 0.1% lifetime risk in men without this mutation.