I think it is brilliant that you have done this. I remember years ago hearing that the father of a Government Minister Michael Howard had got breast cancer. You of advanced years may remember that Ann Widdicombe accused M Howard of having something about the night about him.
(Well she can talk)
I don’t know how I remember random things like this, but it meant I knew from quite young that men can get breast cancer too, and I think it must be far more difficult to deal with for men. It’s not like we women have testicles to worry us. The good thing about breasts is they are out front and the less breast tissue the easier in theory it should be to spot lumps. But speaking as a small breasted woman it is remarkable how blind I was, and I know it was because I didn’t want to know. My mind couldn’t take the idea I had it again.
So all of us need to remind our nearest and dearest boyfriends, fathers, work mates of both sexes to look for how your chest looks and get any changes checked out. It’s not wasting the docs time. Difficult during covid but send pics if you have to that’s what I do when my mum gets anything as her surgery seems determined to keep all patients at internet length not arms length…