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Amidst all the turmoil of cancer diagnosis and figuring out how to beat it, you and your health care providers commonly forget that the odds are that you will survive your disease for many years to come. Loss of fertility is one of the most disheartening consequences of cancer treatment. This is a guide to all the young women and men diagnosed with cancer on how to preserve their ability to conceive after cancer treatment. Unfortunately, in the real world, you do not get timely information to be able to make an informed decision. Surveys of young women and men indicate that they are very interested in future fertility. Surveys of providers, however, points that in less than half the cases fertility issues are discussed or women are referred for consultation. Interestingly, when women inquire about fertility they are more likely to receive information about future fertility or referral to a specialist.
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