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Difficulties in treating pregnant patients

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Published: 27.04.12
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Dr Vesna Kesic - University of Serbia, Belgrade

Dr Kesic discusses the treatment of pregnant patients at smaller institutes and the difficulties that surround it.  She notes that many pregnancies are unnecessarily terminated due to a lack of knowledge on standards of treatment for such cases.  The 'Cancer and Pregnancy Task Force', which organised the 1st Cancer and Pregnancy Meeting in Milan, addresses these issues.


The Cancer in Pregnancy meeting 2012 is endorsed by ESGO

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