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Blythe Thomson, MD, pediatric oncologist, discusses findings from a Seattle Children’s study that looked at outcomes for youth who participated in a clinical trial for ALL (acute lymphoblastic leukemia), compared with those who did not participate in trials. For more information, please see the associated press release.
Cancer Treatments and a Man's Fertility2.5.13
Information for male cancer patients on treatments and how they affect fertility.
Cancer Treatments and a Woman's Fertility11.3.10
Learn about the fertility-preservation options available to girls and young women undergoing chemotherapy through the personal journeys of three cancer patients.
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