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April 15, 2010 - Problems (and solutions) in the study of Male Breast Cancer: Rare Tumors, by Valerie Speirs, Steven Pollock, Abeer M. Shaaban, Andrew M. Hanby.  Leeds Institute of Molecular Medicine, St James’s University Hospital, UK   Click on Study 

JWNF noted : Male Breast Cancer - Study performed by the University of Leeds. Dr. Valerie Speirs     Click on Study 

JWNF noted: The Rising Incidence of Male Breast Cancer - by Valerie Speirs & Abeer M. Shaaban    Click on Study 

[2109]Comparative Biomarker analysis in 523 matched male and female breast cancers.    Click on Study 

     VMC Vitual Medical Centre Increased of Male Breast Cancer Prostate Cancer. Click on Study                                                                                                                          



Prognostic Significance of Molecular Subtypes in Male breast Cancer    Click on Study     

University of Colorado    Click on Study  

Occupational and Enviromental Medicine    Click on Study 

​Male Breast Cancer New Medical 2012       Click on Study

African-American Male Breast Cancer Survival Rate Lower  Click on Study 

Racial disparities seen in Male Breast Cancer Survivor Click on Study  

Bilateral male breast cancer with male potential hypogonadism Click on Study 

​Environmental toxins and breast cancer on Long Island.  I. Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon DNA Click on Study 

Molecular biology and genetics: BRCA-1 and BRCA-2 have a limited role in familial prostate cancer.Click

Global Comparison Of Breast Cancer, "Pink Indian Statistics"  Click on Link  

Breast Cancer Deaths In Women India, China, and United States. The highest in the world with India first. Click on Link   

​Male Breast Cancer , "The Times of India Click on Link   

Breast Cancer Cases Increasing in Prune India Click on Link  

Founder BRCA1/2 Mutation among Male Patients with Breast Cancer Click on Link 

Breastcancer.org click on Link 

WebMD Male Breast Cancer Treatments Click on Link 

CDC Center and Disease Control Click on Link 

World Cancer Statistics Click on Link