Stigma of ‘women’s disease’ prevents men from early diagnosis, treatment

Photo by Gretel Daugherty—Alice Monroe of Glade Park lost her husband, Daryl, to breast cancer about 10 months ago. She’s become an advocate of educating men that they can get breast cancer, too.



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Photo by Gretel Daugherty—Alice Monroe of Glade Park lost her husband, Daryl, to breast cancer about 10 months ago. She’s become an advocate of educating men that they can get breast cancer, too.

Daryl Monroe was really good at saving other people, but he should have been able to save himself. At 67, Monroe was diagnosed with breast cancer. At that time the cancer was already in …




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