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I'm a 27 y.o male. If my paternal grandma had breast cancer (treated 12 years ago, still alive), does that increase my cancer risk?

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In brief: Good question

from a guy , genetic implications are more to female Male breast cancers are rare 1% of them are in men ( male breast cancer ) At 27 don't worry about any cancer , eat health balanced diet with regular exercises avoid any chemicals ( substance abuse ) and be happy .

In brief: Good question

from a guy , genetic implications are more to female Male breast cancers are rare 1% of them are in men ( male breast cancer ) At 27 don't worry about any cancer , eat health balanced diet with regular exercises avoid any chemicals ( substance abuse ) and be happy .
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Dr. Magdy Shaaban
Internal Medicine - Hematology & Oncology

In brief: Male breast ca

there is risk of cancer but very small

In brief: Male breast ca

there is risk of cancer but very small
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