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Impact of treatment on pregnancy

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Published: 27.04.12
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Dr Hatem Azim - Institute Jules Bordet, Brussels, Belgium

Speaking at the 1st Cancer and Pregnancy Meeting in Milan Dr Azim talks about the concerns of women receiving treatment while pregnant. Studies have found that many treatments do not affect the foetus or the mother while pregnant or after birth. In addition, the mother able to breast-feed and the baby develops without any side effects of the treatment while in the womb.


Dr Azim also talks about the difficulties that patients encounter during treamtent, such as patients with ER2 , and the difficulties of treatment, both surgical and pharmacutical.


The Cancer in Pregnancy meeting 2012 is endorsed by ESGO

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