Posts Tagged ‘male breast cancer’

Do cancer and humor mix?  You bet they do! Khevin Barnes will be leading a free, online webinar focused on Laughter amidst Breast Cancer. It’s for all cancer pa…

I was diagnosed with breast cancer in September 2012 and am blogging about the latest research on this disease and my personal journey at malebreastcancerblog.o…

Male and female brains are different. It’s no secret. We see the world differently. And so is the way we deal with breast cancer. Study after study confirms tha…

Dazed, I patiently waited for clarity to return. As the mental fog slowly receded, I was somewhere else – somewhere in a far off foreign land. Like Dorothy in T…

Women and men can both be diagnosed with breast cancer. It is important for men to be screened annually just like women. Statistics from The American Cancer Soc…

The Morning After

I know you are here. I sense your presence. I lay in the darkness- my breast’s soothing rhythm giving comfort to my weary body. Our relationship has always been…

In 1989 I bought my first house, where I lived with my first wife. This was also the year and time that we purchased our first cat. Her name was Sheba. She was…

I am a man and I got breast cancer. Then I got it again. As this unfamiliar diagnosis gradually penetrated my defenses, my mind scurried about desperately seeki…

This is a story about male breast cancer. But before I can tell it I have a confession to make. I’ve always wanted to be famous. When I was a twelve year old bo…

In January 2007, Michael Kovarik was diagnosed with male breast cancer. He put his full trust in his doctors to manage his care with the expectation of a five-y…

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