St. Petersburg, Fla. -- Father's Day is a special time for a Bay area breast cancer survivor Ralph Edmond. He is grateful his daughter helped him spot breast cancer.
10 News Anchor Heather Van Nest chats with Ralph about how persistence pays off.
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Here are some male breast cancer symptoms from the Mayo Clinic:
- A painless lump or thickening in the breast tissue.
- Changes to the skin covering your breast, such as dimpling, puckering, redness or scaling.
- Changes to your nipple, such as redness, scaling or a nipple that turns inward.
- Discharge from your nipple
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