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Facing a cancer diagnosis: empowering parents to speak with adolescents about sperm banking

Facing a cancer diagnosis: empowering parents to speak with adolescents about sperm banking
Both pediatric oncologists and reproductive urologists share a joint responsibility to educate, treat, and advocate for male adolescent and young adult (AYA) cancer patients who require gonadotoxic therapy. The importance of fertility preservation coincides with the ever-growing number of pediatric cancer survivors, because most children now survive their malignancy into adulthood and ultimately desire family building. Unfortunately, the risk of infertility in this population is remarkably high.
Source: fertstert.org

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