Published in Women's Health Weekly, August 11th, 1997
Their study of more than 170 women who had breast cancer and then had a baby showed they had no more risk than any other woman of a relapse.
"We found no evidence that a pregnancy after breast-cancer treatment increased the risk of a poor outcome," Mads Melbye and colleagues at the Danish Epidemiology Science Centre, Copenhagen, Denmark, wrote in the August 2, 1997 issue of the Lancet.
They looked at the records of 5,725 women age 45 or younger with breast cancer who were listed with the Danish Breast Cancer...
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