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First-Pregnancy Factors Tied to Breast Cancer Risk

Postby laura » Fri Nov 05, 2004 09:26 am

by laura (5139 Posts), Fri Nov 05, 2004 09:26 am

http://www.reuters.co.uk/newsArticle.jhtml?type=healthNews&storyID=6559006§ion=news
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Re : First-Pregnancy Factors Tied to Breast Cancer Risk

Postby garciaemb » Sun Nov 07, 2004 10:47 pm

by garciaemb (3 Posts), Sun Nov 07, 2004 10:47 pm

Great article. All the more reason to receive a mammagram. I just had my first at 29. The nurse said it was a little early for me to be having one. I couldn't have disagreed with her more...

Michelle Garcia
Lillian Elizabeth (2 yrs old)
Preeclampsia - delivered at 35 weeks
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Re : First-Pregnancy Factors Tied to Breast Cancer Risk

Postby youtan » Mon Nov 08, 2004 08:53 am

by youtan (1592 Posts), Mon Nov 08, 2004 08:53 am

I think its important to note the distintion between those who deliver prematurely due to preeclampsia vs. preterm labor. Lots of things are attributed to premature birth - for the mother and research on preemies - when they really mean those who have gone through preterm labor (which includes, apparently, lots and lots of hormonal changes). This article is great because it actually lists preeclampsia separate. Wish others have as well...

Tanya
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son: 5 yrs, PE/HELLP 27 wks, 1lb 10oz
son: 2 yrs, PIH/low fluid 32 wks, 4lb 8 oz
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Re : First-Pregnancy Factors Tied to Breast Cancer Risk

Postby wdj1229 » Wed Nov 17, 2004 05:56 pm

by wdj1229 (17 Posts), Wed Nov 17, 2004 05:56 pm

Thank you for posting the link to this article.
I delivered my daughter 12/29/01 at 25 weeks due to HELLP and was diagnosed with breast cancer 5/02. Deep down I always believed there was a correlation but all the doctors said no. I know that this still does not prove that my breast cancer was a result of premature delivery but it does make me wonder.

Thanks,



Wendy
Mom to Julia, born 12/29/01 at 25 weeks 1lb. 1oz. due to Hellp
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