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Pregnancy in breast cancer survivors: safety and feasibility

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doi: 10.11138/rio/2015.1.5.105
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Breast cancer is the most frequent neoplasm occurring in women during their reproductive age; cancer treatments can affect, at different rates, childbearing plans.
Over the last decades, there has been a rising trend of delaying childbearing especially in western countries, so that more women are diagnosed with breast cancer before completing their family plans.
In daily clinical practice of any Oncologist dealing with breast cancer patients, there is an increasing number of patients inquiring about the feasibility and safety of pregnancy following cancer diagnosis.

Vol. 3 (No. 1) 2015 January - December

  1. Pregnancy in breast cancer survivors: safety and feasibility
    Stani S.C., Sini V.
    doi: 10.11138/rio/2015.1.5.105
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  1. Pregnancy in breast cancer survivors: safety and feasibility
    Stani S.C., Sini V.
    doi: 10.11138/rio/2015.1.5.105
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