Cervical cancer in pregnant women: treat, wait or interrupt? Assessment of current clinical guidelines, innovations and controversies.

@article{Han2013CervicalCI,
  title={Cervical cancer in pregnant women: treat, wait or interrupt? Assessment of current clinical guidelines, innovations and controversies.},
  author={S N Han and Mina Mhallem Gziri and Kristel Van Calsteren and Fr{\'e}d{\'e}ric Amant},
  journal={Therapeutic advances in medical oncology},
  year={2013},
  volume={5 4},
  pages={
          211-9
        }
}
Cervical cancer during pregnancy is relatively uncommon. However, the incidence is expected to increase as more women delay childbearing. When preservation of the pregnancy is desired, optimal treatment is a major challenge to all. Whereas delay of treatment is an option for pre-invasive disease, and also small invasive carcinomas without lymph node involvement, management of tumours >2 cm remains experimental. Type of treatment needs to be individualized and depends mainly on gestational age… CONTINUE READING
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