Young breast cancer patients also want to have a second child, how to do – Sohu

Young breast cancer patients also want to have a second child, how to do? Breast cancer is the most common cancer among women in China, ranking sixth in cancer related deaths. The average age of patients with breast cancer in China was 45 to 55 years old, which was significantly lower than that of breast cancer in Europe and the United states. There are many risk factors of breast cancer, such as hormones, not fertility, late age at first birth, breastfeeding limit. In China, due to the implementation of the family planning policy, the decline in female fertility, breast-feeding time and other reasons, to further enhance the risk of breast cancer. In the current implementation of the national two-child policy, more and more Chinese young women with breast cancer have a demand for fertility considerations. According to the survey, nearly 70% of young patients with breast cancer before treatment with the doctor to discuss fertility problems. In the two child policy, young breast cancer patients will be more concerned about: "fertility will not affect the health and survival? "What kind of reproductive protection is safer and more feasible? "Pregnancy does not affect the disease prognosis: a multicenter, retrospective cohort study published in 2013, included 1207 patients, including 333 cases of breast cancer diagnosed after pregnancy, 874 cases of non pregnancy, according to the ER assessment in patients with breast cancer effect of pregnancy on disease-free survival. The results showed that ER positive and negative groups of breast cancer diagnosed after pregnancy had no significant difference and not DFS; subgroup analysis according to influence the outcome of breast cancer and pregnancy interval of DFS, results showed that pregnancy diagnosed with breast cancer after the patients showed longer survival of the. In a 2011 14 study (including 1244 cases and 18145 controls) the meta-analysis showed evaluated the effects on health of patients with breast cancer during pregnancy results, patients diagnosed with breast cancer during pregnancy and the relative reduction in the risk of death during pregnancy. Pregnancy is safe and has no adverse effect on prognosis. These data suggest that breast cancer is safe for pregnancy and birth, and has no adverse effects on the patient’s health. Chemotherapy is one of the most important and effective treatments for patients with breast cancer. But early studies demonstrated that chemotherapeutic drugs have ovarian toxicity, it can affect the growth of follicles, resulting in patients with amenorrhea, ovarian dysfunction. The toxicity of chemotherapy was related to the factors such as chemotherapy regimen, dosage, mode of administration, duration and age of patients. Table 1 different anticancer treatment risk degree caused by amenorrhea in patients with breast cancer, CMF, CEF and TAC in patients with the highest risk of amenorrhea caused by program, this means that the amenorrhea of ovarian function failure. Therefore, for the needs of young patients with breast cancer, chemotherapy during the protection of ovarian function is particularly important. Fertility preservation strategies and recommended at present, clinical fertility preservation methods are the embryo cryopreservation and transplantation of autologous ovarian low temperature preservation, low temperature preservation, ovarian transplantation of in vitro maturation of ovarian low Paul K相关的主题文章: