Maternal and Neonatal Oncology
Throughout pregnancy, maternal cancer is associated with increased risks of rare but lethal outcomes including stillbirth and neonatal mortality. This may be attributed to factors related to limitation of fetal development and iatrogenic preterm birth. Therefore, close monitoring of fetal development and prudent decision making on premature delivery should be improved.
Neonatal oncology is a pediatric oncology sub-specialty that deals with baby cancer prevention, diagnosis, and care. Newborn cancer is uncommon and involves a heterogeneous neoplasm community of substantial histological variability.
- Track 1-1 Ovarian Cancer
- Track 2-2 Cervical cancer
- Track 3-3 Breast Cancer