Invasive Mole and Choriocarcinoma

Invasive Moles

Clinical trials are currently accepting participants diagnosed with Invasive Moles.

Invasive moles is an exceptionally rare form of cancer that may develop following a pregnancy. It belong to the category of gestational trophoblastic disease (GTD) and is alternatively known as persistent trophoblastic disease (PTD). A molar pregnancy arises when fertilisation of the egg by the sperm is flawed, leading to the proliferation of abnormal cells or clusters of water-filled sacs in the uterus. In the UK, only about 1 in every 590 pregnancies results in a molar pregnancy. 

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