oncology

News in Brief: Avoid chemotherapy in first 12 weeks of pregnancy; Review raises concerns about DCIS overtreatment; Specialists in top 10 for Australian incomes

Avoid chemotherapy in the first 12 weeks of pregnancy  The risk of major congenital malformations from chemotherapy during pregnancy is highest when treatment is delivered during the first 12 weeks of pregnancy. But that risk falls to levels seen in the general population if chemotherapy is instead initiated 12 weeks after gestation, a cohort study ...

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