Motherhood After Cancer Treatment — Yes, It’s Possible: Here’s What You Should Know About Fertility Preservation

Updated May 4th, 2023

Motherhood After Cancer Treatment Yes, It’s Possible: Here’s What You Should Know About Fertility Preservation

Infertility can be a side effect of some cancer treatments. For women of childbearing age, fertility preservation should be a part of the conversation about your care.

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