On a morning when temperatures were in the mid-40s with a brisk northwesterly wind, two dozen brave souls went topless to draw attention to breast cancer.
The difference in this Manhattan skyline photo shoot is nine of the participants were men.
Look closely and you’ll see their scars. Like women, some have had mastectomies. Others, lumpectomies.
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Heather Gray follows up last month’s piece on male breast cancer
with facts, figures, and a potentially life-saving video.
Bret Miller was recognized by the Kansas City Mo, CIty Council on April 3, 2014. The family attended as Mayor Sly James introduced Councilman Taylor and he read a very nicely prepared statement, Councilman Taylor 's family has been touched also by Breast Cancer.
After receiving a KCMO Proclamation declaring APRIL as Mens Breast Cancer Month Bret’s family also met with all of the city council members, Thanking them all for their time and efforts.
Watch this short video from the KCMO CH2 site, filmed in house, after receiving a KCMO Proclamation declaring APRIL as Mens Breast Cancer Month