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Getting Support When You Have Cancer - Topic Overview

Having cancer can change your life. Getting support for the various issues you may face can help you cope.

Our cancer support topics provide help and advice for dealing with some of these issues.

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Pheochromocytoma During Pregnancy

Pheochromocytoma diagnosed during pregnancy is extremely rare (0.007% of all pregnancies).[1,2] However, this situation deserves mention because women with hereditary conditions that increase the risk of developing pheochromocytoma are often also of child-bearing age, and the outcome of undiagnosed pheochromocytoma during pregnancy can be catastrophic. Diagnosis Prenatal diagnosis clearly results in decreased mortality for both mother and neonate.[3] Prior to 1970, a prenatal diagnosis of...

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    Last Updated: June 18, 2012
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