Breast Cancer and Pregnancy

Pregnancy and breast cancer impact each other in many ways. Whether you are cancer-free, newly diagnosed or a long-term survivor, you may have questions about how having children and breast cancer may be related. Understanding how childbearing impacts your breast cancer risk, and for survivors, how it relates to the chances of survival after treatment is important. And, for newly diagnosed younger women, understanding how some therapies may affect your fertility may be helpful in exploring options for having a child after treatment ends.

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