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By Percy Crawford
Zenger News 

A Mammogram? 'It's Not a Fun Process': Male Breast Cancer Survivor Shares His Journey

Aubrey Glencamp's wife found the lump. He went to the doctor the same week.

 

November 12, 2020

After a double mastectomy and chemo in 2016, Glencamp, who was diagnosed at 33, is now cancer-free

Aubrey Glencamp hopes his experience serves as a reminder that no one is exempt from

breast cancer.

After a rare diagnosis, Aubrey Glencamp began the fight of his life - and won.

October is dedicated to breast-cancer awareness. Pink symbolizes Breast Cancer

Awareness Month. This potentially deadly form of cancer claims more than 42,000

lives a year. Usually detected in women, there are rare cases when the disease is

discovered in men.

Aubrey Glencamp is one of them.

According to research, only 1 in every 833 men are diagnosed with breast cancer.

After a double mastectomy and chemo in 2016...



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