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Consortium of Cancer in Pregnancy Evidence (CCoPE)

Laura A. Magee, M.Sc, MD, FRCPC

Assistant Professor of Medicine University of British Columbia, Canada


Dr. Magee practices general and obstetric medicine at BC Women's Hospital and Health Centre, St. Paul's Hospital and Vancouver Hospital and Health Sciences Centre. She has also maintained her affiliation with the Motherisk Program and the University of Toronto. She conducts epidemiologically-based research into the reproductive risks of pharmacotherapy in pregnancy, and clinically-based research into the management of hypertension in pregnancy, and other disorders that require drug therapy during pregnancy, such as nausea and vomiting in pregnancy.

Cancer In Pregnancy Website Articles:

Nutritional problems in women with cancer during pregnancy

Pharmacological And Non-Pharmacological Treatment Of Chemotherapy-Induced Nausea And Vomiting

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