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Suboptimal Use of Effective Contraceptive Methods in Young Mexican Women With Breast Cancer.

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Summary of "Suboptimal Use of Effective Contraceptive Methods in Young Mexican Women With Breast Cancer."

Contraceptive counseling and adherence in young women with breast cancer (BC) is a relevant issue because chemotherapy and hormonal treatment resulting in amenorrhea do not preclude unintended pregnancies. Currently, there is limited evidence from high-income countries; however, there are no studies regarding use of contraceptives in patients with BC in Mexico. This study aimed to determine the rate of contraceptive use in young Mexican women with BC during cancer treatment, characterize their contraceptive preferences, and assess contraceptive counseling by Mexican physicians.

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Name: Journal of global oncology
ISSN: 2378-9506
Pages: 1-7

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