Home > Cancer > Male Breast Cancer Get the Flash Player to see this player. Rate: (Click the stars to rate) Published on May 23, 2009 by SHines, Views: 3687 Male Breast Cancer: Dr Stephanie Hines of the Mayo Clinic discusses male breast cancer. Although breast cancer is much more common in women, men need to know what to look for, since breast cancer can also affect men. Men with a family history of lung cancer, or known carriers of BRCA2 are at risk. Men should look for lumps, skin or nipple changes, or bleeding from the nipple. Mastectomy, chemotherapy, and radiation are the mainstay of treatment.