September 1, 2014

Men's Cancer: Symptoms Men Ignore

A doctor examines a patient.
Although breast cancer is uncommon in men, it is possible.
A senior man suffers from pain.
Some doctors suggest a monthly testicular self-exam.
A man checks his neck and throat.
A man with a thermometer in his mouth suffers from a fever.
A man weighs himself.
Man holds his stomach in pain.
A middle-aged man yawns from fatigue.
A middle-aged man has a severe cough.
A man drinks water.
A man examines his skin in the mirror.
A patient may be asked to provide a urine and stool sample.
 A dentist examines a patient's mouth.
A man rushes to the restroom.
A man with indigestion pain grips his chest.

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Reviewed by Charles Patrick Davis, MD, PhD on Wednesday, October 13, 2010

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