Cancer Treatment-Related Infertility: A Critical Review of the Evidence

@inproceedings{Poorvu2019CancerTI,
  title={Cancer Treatment-Related Infertility: A Critical Review of the Evidence},
  author={Philip D. Poorvu and A Lindsay Frazier and Angela M Feraco and Peter E Manley and Elizabeth Sarah Ginsburg and Marc R. Laufer and Ann S LaCasce and Lisa Diller and Ann H Partridge},
  booktitle={JNCI cancer spectrum},
  year={2019}
}
Cancer treatments may compromise the fertility of children, adolescents, and young adults, and treatment-related infertility represents an important survivorship issue that should be addressed at diagnosis and in follow-up to ensure optimal decision-making, including consideration of pursuing fertility preservation. Risk of infertility varies substantially with patient and treatment factors. The ability to accurately assess fertility risk for many patients is hampered by limitations of the… CONTINUE READING

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