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Cancer Treatment Now Includes Fertility Planning

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Women's E News,  Feb 22, 2012

Until recently, standard cancer treatments have not included female fertility preservation as a joint concern. If cancer was discovered, regardless of the patient's age, it was treated as quickly and as aggressively as deemed necessary (chemotherapy, surgery, and radiation being the primary tools), and that was that; fertility was not generally a part of the conversation. But as awareness grows about the potential effects of treatments on female fertility, and as fertility-preservation techniques become more sophisticated, these discussions are changing.

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