Take care of your titties, dudes. About 1% of all breast cancer patients are men.

One such man was 70 year old Norman Rogers, a St. Louis father. He spent years taking his daughter to the doctor for her own breast cancer, diagnosed in 2006. But in December of 2008, he had his own suspicions and had himself checked out. Like most men, Rogers thought men couldn’t get breast cancer.

Rogers was found to have a more advanced stage of breast cancer, so his treatments are more aggressive than that of his daughter. But even so, Rogers says that he and his daughter have had a positive attitude along the way – as they go to appointments and checkups together, since Rogers uses most of the same doctors as his daughter.

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Sauce: KSDK