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According to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation, about one in 833 men develop breast cancer in their lifetime compared to roughly one in eight women who will be diagnosed. NBC News’ Aaron Gilchrist has the story of how one man who discovered his breast cancer early, went through surgery and radiation to now become cancer free.