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The causes of breast cancer in men aren’t fully understood, but some factors can slightly increase the risk of developing it. Breast cancer in men is rare, so most men who have these risk factors will never develop it.
Age, family history, lifestyle choices or existing medical conditions can increase the risk of breast cancer in men.
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