He is now dedicated to advocacy
Though the ordeal was relatively short-lived, it made a lasting and profound impact on Singer. He began immediately looking for others who had survived male breast cancer, and sought to understand what had happened to him. He discovered and became involved with the Bret Miller 1T Foundation, and from then on became an active member of a community of men attempting to spread awareness male and female breast cancer.
After participating in a few large events, Singer decided that he wanted to dive deeper into research and advocating for male breast cancer patients and survivors. He enrolled himself in the Department of Defense Congressionally Directed Medical Research Program, which connected him with leading doctors and researchers in the field. The experience was so rewarding that he signed up to volunteer for a second time, working to learn the latest news in breast cancer research, and lend his voice to research goals and new practices.