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Le cancer du sein pendant la grossesse : conséquences maternelles, obstétricales, fœtales et néonatales de la prise en charge

Abstract : Breast cancer during pregnancy: maternal, obstetrical, fetal and neonatal outcomes. Context: Breast cancer is the most common malignancy occurring during pregnancy with approximately 1 in 3000 pregnancies associated with breast cancer. The diagnosis of breast cancer in pregnancy is expected to become more frequent since there is an increasing trend for women to delay childbearing. Methods: We led a retrospective study, on 12 women with breast cancer diagnosed during pregnancy followed in the maternity hospital Port-Royal. Results: Even if we didn't find significative results, it seems that: tumors are more aggressive, women have more anemia and newborns have lower birth weigth. Conclusion: Cancer treatment should adhere as much as possible to the newest treatment for breast cancer in non-pregnant women and should also be discussed in a multidisciplinary setting. Since randomised trials are almost impossible, only long-term follow-up registry studies can elucidate important uncertainties.
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Charlotte Trojani. Le cancer du sein pendant la grossesse : conséquences maternelles, obstétricales, fœtales et néonatales de la prise en charge. Gynécologie et obstétrique. 2013. ⟨dumas-00874781⟩

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