Macon Surgeon On Raising Breast Cancer Awareness Among Men
From special cleats worn by football players to tutus on runners in 5Ks, pink is definitely the color that reminds us that October is Breast Cancer Awareness month.
Breast cancer affects about 1 in 8 women in the U.S.
And it affects men too. About 1 in 883 men get it.
Henry Corral was one of those men. He’s a breast cancer survivor who was treated at the Mayo Clinic in Arizona.
Dr. Paul Dale is the Chief of Surgical Oncology at Navicent Health in Macon.
He spoke with GPB's Leah Fleming about raising awareness of male breast cancer and some of the cases he has treated over the years.
They also discuss how clinical trials have improved outcomes for all patients as medicine continues to advance.