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Preserving Hope for Young Cancer Patients to Have Families in the Future
July 27, 2015
Family planning is not the first thing a young, newly diagnosed cancer patient might think about. But for adolescents and young adults facing cancer treatment that could leave them infertile, preserving the ability to have babies should be part of the conversation at the doctor’s office. A new study published today in Cancer and led […]
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