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COVID-19 increased the risk of preterm birth between 2020 and 2022, but the risk largely disappeared after the widespread vaccination.
Studies point to approaches—including a new gene therapy—that can set children on a healthier course with lifelong benefits.
Fertility preservation and assisted reproductive technologies did not worsen outcomes for women with HR-positive breast cancer.
Antibodies crossed the placenta, likely conferring some protection for newborns immediately after birth.
We’re having a baby. (Yes, fertility is possible after testicular cancer!) Here’s how we did it.
On “Stories from the Stage,” advocate and blogger Megan-Claire Chase recounts how breast cancer altered her dream of motherhood.
A study called IDENTIFY is looking at the experience of pregnant people for whom prenatal DNA testing suggests they may have cancer.
“Results of the POSITIVE trial confirm pregnancy can be a realistic objective for women who had an estrogen dependent breast cancer.”
HBV vaccination is now recommended for all infants, children and adults.
When clinics that provide abortions close, other services also shut down including cancer screening, contraception and STI and HIV services.
Katie Beall paid over $7,500 out-of-pocket for fertility preservation on top of mounting cancer care costs. Her insurance didn’t cover it.
Fertility resources available to cancer patients differ starkly from those available to sickle cell patients.
COVID is associated with serious illness in mothers and newborns. Findings reinforce need for targeted interventions, including vaccination.
Most women who interrupted endocrine therapy were able to conceive, and more than 60% gave birth.
Another study found that children with fatty liver disease are at high risk for diabetes.
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