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>Year 2013, Issue 2
Ramírez-Torres N, Asbun-Bojalil J, Hernández-Valencia M
Pregnancy and breast cancer
Cir Cir 2013; 81 (2)
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Introduction: association of breast cancer and pregnancy is not common. The objective of this investigation was to evaluate the pregnancy, young age, stage, treatment, prognosis and mortality of women with breast cancer during pregnancy.
Methods: retrospective analysis from March 1992 to February 2009, 16 patients were included with breast cancer and pregnancy. They were analized: histological characteristic of tumor, therapeutic response of the oncological treatment, evolution of the pregnancy. From of baby born: Apgar and weight. The woman’s mortality with breast cancer during pregnancy was evaluated for age group and for interval of time between late pregnancy and diagnosis posterior of breast cancer and pregnancy.
Results: characteristic predominant clinicohistological: stage III (81.2%), T3-T4 (75%), N+ 93.7%, invasive ductal carcinoma (87.5%), histological grade 2-3 (93.7%), receptor estrogeno positive (43.7%); RP positive (25%); HER-2/neu positive (31.2%). 27 chemotherapy cycles were applied with 5-fluorouracil, epirubicin and cyclophosphamide during the second or third trimester of the pregnancy, there were not severe adverse effects for the mothers and the baby born exposed to chemotherapy. The mean time to disease recurrence was 18.8 months (range, 6-62 months). The rate of mortality for specific age (‹ 35 years) was of 31.3% (p = 0.358). From the 16 patients, 7 have died and 9 were live without evidence of disease.
Conclusions: the advanced stage and the number of affected axillary lymph node more than the age was predictors of worse pronostic influencing the relapse and mortality of the young patients with breast cancer and pregnancy.
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