Jan. 5, 2023 – Planning to have a child is a life-changing decision. For women who have survived breast cancer, the consideration is even more complex. 

For a long time, there wasn’t definitive research on how pregnancy impacted the likelihood of whether their cancer would return. But initial results from a new study show women who paused protective post-cancer therapies to get pregnant had no increased risk of their cancer coming back. Nearly 3 in 4 women in the study got pregnant, and 64% had a live birth. 

One of those “babies after breast cancer” was Ronin Andrade, who turns 1 on…


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