Pregnancy associated breast cancer (PABC) is the most common Malignancy in gestation. Due to its high aggressiveness, PABC needs a specific management right from diagnosis process to therapy. The objective of this study is to find out the PABC profile in Rumah Sakit Onkologi Surabaya from 2006-2014. A descriptive study using PABC Medical Record datafrom 2006 until 2014. There were 21 PABC patients of whom 11 was diagnosed on 31-40 years old (52.38%); 16 PABC patients with multiparity (76.19%); 14 (66.67%) PABC diagnosed at 1 year post partum; 18 USG and 6 Mammography examinations, both revealed 100% sensitivity in diagnosing PABC; 14 patients (66,67%) in stadium III-IV; 9 patients (42,86%) with T4 tumor size; 9 patients (42,86%) with axillary lymphnode metastasis ; 4 patients (19,05%) with distant metastasis; 10 patients (47,62%) with Invasive Ductal Carcinoma (IDC); 14 patients (66,67%) grade III; and 8 patients (38,10%) with angioinvasion. Positive ER/PR in 11 patients (52,38%) and positive Her-2 in 10 patients (47,62%). PABC prognosis were: 8 patients (38,10%) in good condition, while 5 patients (23.81%) had distant metastasis, and 4 patients (19,05%) passed away. Twenty one babies born healthy (100%). The aggressiveness of PABC can be seen from the percentage of patients in advanced stage and has worse prognosis.