Sexual and reproductive health risks following treatment from childhood, adolescent and young adult cancer vary depending on cancer type, age at diagnosis and therapy, according to a review in the Journal of Clinical Oncology. Possible long-term sexual and reproductive complications should be discussed by oncologists and cancer patients before treatment begins, researchers said.
Current guidelines address fertility in young cancer patients
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