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The diagnosis of a hematological malignancy during pregnancy poses a major challenge to the pregnant woman, her family, and the medical team. Treatment of a pregnant woman with chemotherapy poses a risk to the fetus and raises therapeutic, ethical, and social dilemmas. A woman diagnosed with a hematological malignancy during pregnancy should be managed jointly by a multidisciplinary team comprising consultant hematologist, obstetrician, midwife, anesthesiologist, and neonatologist. Consideration should be given to the health of both mother and baby, with the informed wishes of the mother being considered paramount by the medical team. Psychological support should be offered to the woman and her family. Information giving should be supported by written information and a treatment plan. The woman should be fully informed about the diagnosis, her treatment options, potential complications, and the possible fetal and maternal outcomes.
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