Recovery of spermatogenesis and successful conception after bone marrow transplant for acute leukaemia: case report.

Abstract

A case is presented of a young adult male diagnosed with acute myeloid leukaemia who was treated with busulphan and cyclophosphamide, but not total body irradiation, with subsequent bone marrow transplantation. After surviving for 5 years, he and his wife experienced a period of infertility. Interestingly, the problem was found to be with the female partner… (More)

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@article{Check2000RecoveryOS, title={Recovery of spermatogenesis and successful conception after bone marrow transplant for acute leukaemia: case report.}, author={Matthew L. Check and T. Brown and Jason Check}, journal={Human reproduction}, year={2000}, volume={15 1}, pages={83-5} }