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Subtitle The Unborn


And before modern medicine existed, patients depended on leeches to rid their bodies of toxins and holes drilled through their heads to allow the evil spirits making them ill to escape. Medical technology is great and all, but can you believe doctors are using it to take care of unborn babies, too? How gauche.




subtitle The Unborn



Is it really unclear? The popular enthusiasm for pictures of unborn babies is popular enthusiasm for the eventual entry into the world of those babies and the unlimited potential they represent. How jaded and bitter a person do you have to be to feign shock at people who express joy over the creation of human life?


"Your parents want the best for you, and they want you to be better than themselves," Javerbaum explains to the unborn. "One of your parents' failings is that they never, ever listen to classical music, and so they are going to inflict their guilt about that onto you, so you have to sit there and essentially get an involuntary nine-month subscription to your very own Mozart festival."


Until recently, that question could only be answered at birth. But breakthroughs in the field of parental diagnosis mean it's now possible to find out as early as the middle of the first trimester whether your mommy and daddy have any idea what they're doing. Most embryos and fetuses choose not to avail themselves of this option, preferring to cling as long as possible to the faint hope their parents aren't a few bricks shy of a load. But for those in high-risk categories, the benefits of parental diagnosis outweigh the risks. Good candidates include those unborns whose mom or dad


A 30-year-old Lincoln woman is in jail after she allegedly bit a nurse, punched a paramedic and threatened to kill a pregnant nurse's unborn child as staff tried to restrain her early Wednesday morning at Bryan West Campus, police said in court records.


Bryan West emergency room staff told police that Williams bit one nurse's shoulder before punching a paramedic in the face and threatening to kill a third employee's unborn child, Dahlgren said in the affidavit.


Cancer in pregnancy, the tragic collusion of the best time in a woman's life with her worst of times, creates a serious clinical and ethical challenge. The very drugs that can eradicate rapidly growing cancer may damage the rapidly growing embryo. Cancer is the second leading cause of death among women during their reproductive years, yet sources of concise data and guidance for the management of cancer in pregnancy are scarce. Cancer in Pregnancy and Lactation: The Motherisk Guide fills that resource gap as it contains updated data published over the past 5 years. Written by a dedicated group of experts in the fields of clinical pharmacology, maternal-fetal toxicology, and hemato-oncology, this Guide contains the evidence-based information physicians need to address complex issues of maternal diagnosis, treatment, prognosis, and long-term impact on the unborn child. This book is complemented by the Motherisk On-line Cancer in Pregnancy Consultative Forum. The Forum provides clinicians with ready access to expert guidance and a place to share their clinical experiences. Operational since 2000, the on-line Consultative Forum is receiving questions from individuals throughout the world. Questions and comments to the Forum are reviewed and answered by Consortium of Cancer in Pregnancy Evidence (CCoPE) members. We invite you to visit the Forum at www.motherisk.org/cforum, review past questions and answers, and submit your own queries and comments. For as more and more clinicians engage in the informed dialog that this Guide and the Consultative Forum promote, their shared insights will help to generate new knowledge. We can think of no more effective way to advance the cause of science while also addressing immediate, life-threatening clinical issues.


N2 - Cancer in pregnancy, the tragic collusion of the best time in a woman's life with her worst of times, creates a serious clinical and ethical challenge. The very drugs that can eradicate rapidly growing cancer may damage the rapidly growing embryo. Cancer is the second leading cause of death among women during their reproductive years, yet sources of concise data and guidance for the management of cancer in pregnancy are scarce. Cancer in Pregnancy and Lactation: The Motherisk Guide fills that resource gap as it contains updated data published over the past 5 years. Written by a dedicated group of experts in the fields of clinical pharmacology, maternal-fetal toxicology, and hemato-oncology, this Guide contains the evidence-based information physicians need to address complex issues of maternal diagnosis, treatment, prognosis, and long-term impact on the unborn child. This book is complemented by the Motherisk On-line Cancer in Pregnancy Consultative Forum. The Forum provides clinicians with ready access to expert guidance and a place to share their clinical experiences. Operational since 2000, the on-line Consultative Forum is receiving questions from individuals throughout the world. Questions and comments to the Forum are reviewed and answered by Consortium of Cancer in Pregnancy Evidence (CCoPE) members. We invite you to visit the Forum at www.motherisk.org/cforum, review past questions and answers, and submit your own queries and comments. For as more and more clinicians engage in the informed dialog that this Guide and the Consultative Forum promote, their shared insights will help to generate new knowledge. We can think of no more effective way to advance the cause of science while also addressing immediate, life-threatening clinical issues.


AB - Cancer in pregnancy, the tragic collusion of the best time in a woman's life with her worst of times, creates a serious clinical and ethical challenge. The very drugs that can eradicate rapidly growing cancer may damage the rapidly growing embryo. Cancer is the second leading cause of death among women during their reproductive years, yet sources of concise data and guidance for the management of cancer in pregnancy are scarce. Cancer in Pregnancy and Lactation: The Motherisk Guide fills that resource gap as it contains updated data published over the past 5 years. Written by a dedicated group of experts in the fields of clinical pharmacology, maternal-fetal toxicology, and hemato-oncology, this Guide contains the evidence-based information physicians need to address complex issues of maternal diagnosis, treatment, prognosis, and long-term impact on the unborn child. This book is complemented by the Motherisk On-line Cancer in Pregnancy Consultative Forum. The Forum provides clinicians with ready access to expert guidance and a place to share their clinical experiences. Operational since 2000, the on-line Consultative Forum is receiving questions from individuals throughout the world. Questions and comments to the Forum are reviewed and answered by Consortium of Cancer in Pregnancy Evidence (CCoPE) members. We invite you to visit the Forum at www.motherisk.org/cforum, review past questions and answers, and submit your own queries and comments. For as more and more clinicians engage in the informed dialog that this Guide and the Consultative Forum promote, their shared insights will help to generate new knowledge. We can think of no more effective way to advance the cause of science while also addressing immediate, life-threatening clinical issues. 041b061a72


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