Men Get Breast Cancer Too

When Walk the Walk launched the Men Get Breast Cancer Too! campaign in 2017, the aim was to support 6 men who had become frustrated that their voices were not being heard. Now almost 3 years later there are 15 men all uniting with one voice...

Yes... Men Get Breast Cancer Too!

With more awareness lives could be saved... and if we can save even one life by our campaign, it will make it worthwhile!

16 amazing men who have had breast cancer

For all media enquiries and for the men’s stories contact [email protected]

The Facts...

  • There is currently very little research, and no routine screening specifically for men, so most male breast cancers are found by self-checking their chest, or just noticing changes.
  • Male breast cancer affects between 370 – 400 men a year, however over 80 men a year die from breast cancer due to not knowing men can get this type of cancer, and not doing regular checks.
  • Breast cancer usually affects older men in the 60 – 70 age bracket, but it can be found in men of any age. 

Check your Chest!

Print a poster and display in your local gym, pub, or anywhere else you think it will make a difference... help us spread the word!

Find out more on common signs and how to check your chest here.

Walk the Walk is delighted to be working in partnership with American charity
The Male Breast Cancer Coalition. Together, we aim to reach millions more people across the world with our awareness message.

Click on the MBCC logo for more information about breast cancer in men.

Register your Interest for The MoonWalk London today and unite with us against breast cancer.

Walk the Walk's six original men
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How you can support us!

Unite with us against breast cancer