Long-term risk of cancer following pregnancies complicated by vaginal bleeding


Having a VB-affected pregnancy ending in a delivery was not associated with an increased women’s risk of cancer in comparison with having a VB-unaffected pregnancy ending in a delivery, termination or miscarriage.

In MedRxiv
Elena Dudukina
Elena Dudukina
Clinical Specialist/postdoc

I am interested in women’s health, reproductive epidemiology, pharmacoepidemiology, causal inference, directed acyclic graphs, and R stats.