Jim Miller's route is a little shorter these days. It changed as he recovered from breast cancer. So did his way of thinking. Last September, Jim and his wife noticed something wasn't right. "We got ready to go to bed, I took my shirt off she noticed my nipple was sunken in. I reached up and felt around there and felt the lump," Miller said.
Jim had a mastectomy, along with radiation and chemotherapy. He has a history of cancer in his family. His mother died of liver cancer when she was 46.
The American Cancer Society estimates there will be 1,300 new cases of breast cancer in men this year. That compares with 200,00 new cases in women.