If you have breast cancer or are close to someone who does, knowing what to expect can help you cope. Here you can find out all about breast cancer in men, including risk factors, symptoms, how it is found, and how it is treated.
CancerCare Director of Clinical Services William Goeren, LCSW-R observes that many men who are diagnosed with cancer have a difficult time coping with their reduced income and its emotional and financial impact on their family. Men with cancer are at a higher risk of being diagnosed with depression than women with cancer and the article offers tips for coping with these feelings.
A cancer diagnosis can be devastating physically and emotionally, as well as financially. Men should be aware of all resources available to them. Whether you need help understanding your coverage options, finding sources of financial aid, or resolving issues with your insurance company, ZERO360 is your co-pilot in navigating your prostate cancer journey. Additionally, below are several resources available to help men access their prescribed treatment and ancillary expenses.
Sir, You Have Breast Cancer! Maybe you’re here because you’ve heard these words, or someone you care about has? Or you found us because you were searching for information on breast cancer and had no idea that a man could be diagnosed with this disease? Whatever brought you to HIS Breast Cancer Awareness, we are here to help!