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The most common symptom for breast cancer that men need to look out for is a lump in the breast tissue that can be felt close to the nipple.
Lumps that require medical assessment may also be found further away from the nipple.
Additional signs of breast cancer can include symptoms such as liquid discharge being emitted from the nipple; a nipple that’s inverted or feels sensitive; swelling in the chest area; ulcers in the chest or nipple area; or lymph nodes in the armpit area, as outlined by Breast Cancer Care.
The charity recommends visiting your GP as soon as you notice any changes to your breast area that could correspond to the aforementioned symptoms.
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