The subject of this study is to psychologically evaluate three women who diagnosed with pregnancy associated breast cancer. The object of the study to examine the mentalization of cases, how drives and affects are shown in projective tests, and the functioning of death drive. The theoretical framework of the study is determined by psychoanalytic psychosomatic theory. The projective methods are preferred. Semistructured clinical interview, Rorschach Test and Thematic Apperception Test are used respectively. The results are evaluated according to French School. The results show that women diagnosed with pregnancy associated breast cancer have difficulty in processing drives and affects, and death drive is predominant in their psyche.