Cancer Threat


Pregnancy doesn't cause cancer, and in most cases, being pregnant won't make cancer grow faster in your body. Sometimes, hormone changes can stimulate specific cancers, like melanoma, but this is uncommon. Cancer usually won't affect your unborn baby, but certain therapies might pose risks.



Breast cancer is the most common cancer found during pregnancy. It affects about 1 in 3,000 women who are pregnant. Other cancers that tend to occur during pregnancy are also generally more common in younger people who are not pregnant, including: Cervical cancer.


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