Tackling stigma and raising awareness of rare male cancers
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Tackling stigma and raising awareness of rare male cancers

Nick Evans Health journalist

Men can feel embarrassed when talking about penile, testicular and breast cancer

Men are notoriously bad at taking care of their own health. The challenge is even greater when it comes to rare and potentially embarrassing cancers such as penile, testicular and male breast cancer. Although they account for less than 1% of new cancers diagnosed each year, the effect on patients can be immense.

Cancer Nursing Practice. 21, 6, 14-16. doi: 10.7748/cnp.21.6.14.s7

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