The American Cancer Society estimates that 2,300 men will get diagnosed with breast cancer this year. But many men aren’t aware of the stats. When Bret Miller got the call from his doctor four years ago telling him he had breast cancer, he thought he was joking.
He had first felt the lump when he was 17, but didn’t do anything about it. It wasn’t until seven years later that he finally went to the doctor and was diagnosed with ductal carcinoma. Now at age 28, he is an advocate for breast cancer awareness in men. Watch the clip to see more of Bret’s journey.Whizzco