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Stories include: pregnancy and cancer diagnosis, new strides in metastatic breast cancer research, incredible remission rates after immunotherapy and more

June 15, 2016

Recent stories from Fred Hutch News Service include pregnancy and cancer diagnosis, new strides in metastatic breast cancer research, incredible remission rates after immunotherapy and more.

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‘Whatever happens to me, my baby can be OK’

Young patients and survivors share their stories of cancer and motherhood

May 6, 2016 | By Rachel Tompa / Fred Hutch News Service

Parenting a baby or small child is often all-consuming, even for healthy mothers and fathers. And so is going through cancer and its associated draining, destructive treatments. Here, in honor of Mother's Day, three women share their stories of when cancer and motherhood collide.

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Being pregnant — and diagnosed with cancer

Inaugural retreat explores painful issues, unanswered questions surrounding cancer, fertility and pregnancy

April 22, 2016 | By Rachel Tompa / Fred Hutch News Service

Emily Cousins was diagnosed with breast cancer at 32, when she was nine months pregnant. On Thursday, 13 years after that wrenching period of her life, Cousins joined a group of cancer researchers, fertility specialists, survivors and patient advocates to discuss the unique issues at the intersection of cancer and reproduction at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center’s inaugural cancer and pregnancy retreat.

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