Basal cell carcinoma (BCC) is a nonmelanocytic skin cancer (i.e an epithelial tumor) which
frequently occurs in sun exposed areas of head and neck region, is the most common cutaneous malignancy.
Skin over breast adjacent to nipple areola complex (NAC) is a rare site for BCC to arise. Diagnosis here is,
important because BCC in this location mimic breast cancer, which may behave aggressively. This paper
outlines the case of 62 years old male with BCC of skin over breast adjacent to NAC.