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Gynecomastia: Male Breast Disease
There are more than three million cases of gynecomastia reported yearly. Gynecomastia is a male breast disease and generally is not a serious condition. It normally goes away on its own, but if it persists, medication and surgery may be a treatment option.
Gynecomastia may be associated with an increased risk of breast cancer in men. Dr. Zeynep Bostanci, breast surgeon with Ironwood Women’s Centers discusses gynecomastia and male breast cancer in this video.
Dr. Bostanci joined Ironwood Women’s Centers in September 2017. She specializes in the management of benign and malignant breast diseases, as well as caring for patients who are at high risk of developing breast cancer. Dr. Bostanci is a Society of Surgical Oncology (SSO) and Breast Oncology Fellowship trained breast surgeon. She is Board Certified by the American Board of Surgery.
About Ironwood Cancer & Research Centers
Ironwood Cancer & Research Centers (ICRC) is the largest multi-specialty oncology network in the Greater Metro Phoenix area. They have over 100 medical providers, a robust Integrative Services program and a dedicated clinical research department. Ironwood Cancer & Research Centers has 15 valley locations and five comprehensive cancer care centers that offer a multi-disciplinary approach for expedited personalized patient care. For more information, please visit www.ironwoodcrc.com.