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Women Get Less Information on Cancer Fertility

Reuters,  May 25, 2012

Cancer treatment can sometimes lead to infertility, but young women are less likely than young men to be informed of that risk, a new study suggests. Swedish researchers found that of nearly 500 cancer survivors ages 18 to 45, most men -- 80 percent -- said their doctor had told them their chemotherapy could affect their future fertility. But only 48 percent of women said the same, the team reports in the Journal of Clinical Oncology.

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Little articles like this will help us to continually educate both men and women about their options through cancer treatment along with fertility concerns. The percents still seem a bit shocking! ~Jana Royer-Morian Inspired Wellness Center FACEBOOK TWITTER

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