According to the American Cancer Society, male breast cancer makes up only 1% of the total cases of invasive breast cancer in this country. This equals about 2,400 new cases each year with about 430 deaths (2014 data, ACS). About half of all men will experience gynecomastia, or male breast enlargement during their lifetime. But is gynecomastia a warning sign for male breast cancer (MBC)? One Patient’s Male Breast Cancer Story Carlton Robinson received treatment for male breast cancer in...