The use of pornographic materials by adolescent male cancer patients when banking sperm in the UK: legal and ethical dilemmas.

@article{Crawshaw2007TheUO,
  title={The use of pornographic materials by adolescent male cancer patients when banking sperm in the UK: legal and ethical dilemmas.},
  author={Marilyn A Crawshaw and Adam Woolf Glaser and Allan Anthony Pacey},
  journal={Human fertility},
  year={2007},
  volume={10 3},
  pages={159-63}
}
Increased awareness of the importance of fertility concerns to teenage cancer survivors is leading to growing numbers of male teenagers being offered sperm banking at the time of diagnosis. This is now extending to males diagnosed with other conditions where gonadotoxic agents are used in treatment. The storage of sperm in these circumstances is a challenging aspect of health care, given the complex issues and timescale involved. UK law has been enacted to protect legal minors from the… CONTINUE READING

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