The Daily Mail reported that a man who was cured of breast cancer has been diagnosed with the disease for a second time. It is a million-in-one instance.
Peter Fleming, 79 was first diagnosed with breast cancer - a disease that rarely affects men - in 2005. The retired civil servant was given the all-clear by doctors last year.
But sadly, within a year, he was told the disease had returned and doctors said this time his condition is incurable.
The treatment appeared to have worked and he was told he was cancer-free in March last year. But 12 months later at his check-up, he was given the devastating news that the disease had returned, according to the Mail.
Fleming is now undergoing treatment at The Christie in Withington to try and prolong his life.