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Oral contraceptives and neoplasia

Oral contraceptives and neoplasia

report of a WHO scientific group.

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Published by World Health Organization in Geneva .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Oral contraceptives -- Carcinogenicity.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesWHO technical report series,, 817, Technical report series (World Health Organization) ;, 817.
    ContributionsWHO Scientific Group on Oral Contraceptives and Neoplasia.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC268.7.O72 O73 1992
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 46 p. ;
    Number of Pages46
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1335694M
    ISBN 109241208171
    LC Control Number92218607


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J Reprod Med. Jul;29(7 Suppl) Oral contraceptives and neoplasia. Stubblefield PG. PIP: Cancer is the presumed complication of oral contraceptive (OC) use that is of greatest concern to the public, although with the exception of cancer of the endometrium, which was linked to 1 specific type of sequential preparation, Oracon, there is no convincing evidence Oral contraceptives and neoplasia book OCs and cancer Cited by: 6.

Oral Contraceptives and Neoplasia Author links open overlay panel Edward Wallach M.D. (Associate Editor) George R. Huggins M.D. Robert L. Giuntoli M.D. Show moreCited by: For neoplasia of the liver, data on short-term use of oral contraceptives, including evidence from studies conducted in populations where infection with hepatitis B virus is common, showed no association with increased risk; data on the effects of long-term use were inadequate for evaluation.

Epidemiologic literature on oral contraceptives in relation to primary ovarian cancer is reviewed. Compared to women who have never used oral contraceptives, women who have ever taken oral contraceptives have about a 30% reduction in risk for epithelial ovarian cancer, and five or more years of use is associated with a 50% reduction in by: 1.

Fertil Steril. Jul;32(1) Oral contraceptives and neoplasia. Huggins GR, Giuntoli RL. PIP: Some of the available data concerning the suspected association between oral contraceptive (OC) use and the development of cancer is surveyed, and the attempt is made to evaluate possible associations between OCs and human neoplasia in light of pregnancy risk or benefit of oral contraception.

The continued high prevalence of oral contraceptive (OC) use by young women warrants the careful study of these agents. At present, it appears that the risk of benign breast disease is reduced by use of OCs.

This effect seems to be greater for fibrocystic disease than for fibroadenoma. Available inf. We report about patients from whom colposcopically directed cervical punch biopsies were taken which showed condylomatous lesions with or without cervical intraepithelial neoplasia (CIN).

Fiftysix (%) of these women used oral contraceptives (OC) for at least two years before examination. ** Book Oral Contraceptives And Neoplasia Technical Report Series ** Uploaded By Danielle Steel, technical report seriesoral contraceptives and neoplasia stubblefield pg pip cancer is the presumed complication of oral contraceptive oc use that is of greatest concern to the public although with the exception of cancer of the endometrium.

Kune GA, Kune S, Watson LF. Oral contraceptive use does not protect against large bowel cancer. Contraception. Jan; 41 (1)– La Vecchia C, Tavani A, Franceschi S, Parazzini F. Oral contraceptives and cancer.

A review of the evidence. Drug Saf. Apr; 14 (4)– Between 1 December and 31 December women aged years with a lump in the breast (90 malignant and benign) were interviewed at five London teaching hospitals together with matched controls suffering from acute medical or surgical conditions or admitted to hospital for routine elective surgery.

Questions were asked about each patient's medical, obstetric, menstrual. Oral Contraceptives and Breast Neoplasia: A Retrospective Study. The data do not suggest that the use of oral contraceptives is related in any way to the risk of breast cancer but provide some evidence that the preparations may actually protect against benign breast disease.

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Int J CBnCer ; Ebeling K, Nischan P, Schindler CH. Use of oral contraceptives and risk of invasive cervical cancer in previously screened women. Int J Cancer ; WHO Collaborative study of neoplasia and steroid contraceptives. Invasive cervical cancer and combined oral contraceptives.

Br Med J ;   Oral contraceptives have been used for decades and studied extensively. Hormonal contraceptives also can be taken by injection, transdermally, vaginally, subdermally, and.

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Results, however, are difficult to interpret, because of a variety of. A prospective cohort study of oral contraceptives and breast cancer. J Natl Cancer Inst. Nov; 67 (5)– Vessey MP, Doll R, Sutton PM.

Oral contraceptives and breast neoplasia: a retrospective study. Br Med J. Sep 23; 3 ()– [PMC free article] Vessey MP, Doll R, Jones K. Oral contraceptives and breast cancer. David B. Thomas, The WHO collaborative study of neoplasia and steroid contraceptives: The influence of combined oral contraceptives on risk of neoplasms in developing and developed countries, Contraception, 43, 6, (), ().

To explore the somewhat controversial relationship between oral contraceptives and and-invasive cervical cancer, cases of biopsy-confirmed cervical intraepithelial neoplasia (CIN) II or CIN III were compared with controls who had normal cervical cytology.

Cases were slightly less likely than controls to have ever used oral contraceptives; the odds ratio, controlling for age. A systematic review identified two case-control studies that compared delayed and immediate pelvic examination before initiation of hormonal contraceptives, specifically oral contraceptives or DMPA.

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This is the most comprehensive reference book available on the latest scientific and clinical information about the safe use of combined oral contraceptives (COCs) and the value of related screening procedures.

In 32 chapters by world-class experts, it covers the relationships between the pill and vascular disease, genital tract disease, breast.