Men living with breast cancer

This is a private group for men who have breast cancer, whether recently diagnosed, or living with cancer. Partners are welcome to join. There are no topics off limits, so feel free to ask a question by creating a new discussion, give advice, form friendships, or just know you're not alone in the world of Pink.

The group moderator
Rod Ritchie, aged 68, has been living with breast cancer for 9 years. He posts regularly on various male breast cancer blogs, Facebook pages and is active on Twitter. Rod was diagnosed in 2014 with Stage 3B Inflammatory BC. His treatment included mastectomy, chemotherapy, radiation and the standard course of Tamoxifen. In 2016 he was diagnosed with Prostate cancer and had a prostatectomy. He has a BRCA1 variation. He currently has no evidence of either disease and is living proof that you can live well with these diseases. He lives in the Noosa Hinterland in Queensland.

Looking for information:
Visit BCNA's Breast cancer in men webpage
Read personal stories from men with breast cancer
- Visit the hub on our website for a range of resources for men
Owner: BCNAContributors: Marianne_BCNA, traveltext, BCNACreated on December 5, 201821 membersPrivacy: Private