Breast cancer is a deadly disease that affects women of all ages and race. However, women are not the only ones capable of getting the disease. Men are actually at risk of getting it. African American men are 3 times more likely to die from the disease.

Jacque Reid goes Inside Her Story with Eric Dunlap a 17-year male survivor of breast cancer.

Dunlap cares about raising awareness of the disease in both men and women. “But it’s really giving an opportunity to just bring awareness to the disease and hopefully just by our presence saying something about it doesn’t just happen to women but we also are supportive of all the women who have been diagnosed and we want to do our part to see if we can help.”

Listen above to hear more about Eric Dunlap’s journey with breast cancer.

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