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'Rare, But More Deadly'

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Though it is rare, men can get breast cancer, too. But whereas women and their doctors know to be vigilant in looking for signs of the disease, men and their doctors often ignore signs and symptoms, or don't know what to look for, leading to a higher rate of disease-related mortality in males than in females, says the Associated Press' Lindsey Tanner.

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