After Cancer, Fertility Is Often Within Reach

By ANAHAD O’CONNOR, 09/24/2013
For those with cancer, chemotherapy and radiation treatments are a double-edged sword, one that is lifesaving but often toxic to the fast growing cells of the reproductive system. But now doctors are offering patients preservation options at the time of diagnosis, and researchers are finding that for many survivors, the odds of overcoming clinical infertility are surprisingly good. This is great news for patients, whether they’re in their teens, their twenties, or haven’t even hit puberty yet. Click here to read more.

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