Childhood Cancer & Future Fertility: What One Mother Wishes She’d Known Before She Took Her 15-Year-Old Son to a Sperm Bank

Published Feb 1, 2021

Childhood Cancer & Future Fertility: What One Mother Wishes She’d Known Before She Took Her 15-Year-Old Son to a Sperm Bank

Infertility can be a long-term side effect of childhood cancer treatment. A mom shares how parents can deal with this long-term risk along with the immediate threat of cancer.

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