Starting a new family is something that many couples plan for years in advance, but receiving a cancer diagnosis
can bring uncertainty and fears about making this goal a reality.
Fortunately, the dream of having a child can come true for many who have
fought cancer, thanks to new treatment options
that protect fertility for both men and women.
In addition, there are a
variety of assisted reproductive technologies (ART) available for
starting a family, keeping that door open to almost everyone.
If creating a family after cancer treatment is important to you, there are many ways to make your wish come true!
Here are some tips to help safeguard fertility before your treatment even begins.
Gynecologic oncologists specialize in treating women with cancer of the reproductive organs, including
cervical, ovarian, uterine, vaginal and vulvar cancers.
Three weeks after learning she was pregnant, Lynette Bisconti was diagnosed with breast cancer. Read her story.
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