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A plea for female fertility preservation


We are in an exciting and interesting time, when oncologists and reproductive endocrinologists across the globe rise to the challenge of providing fertility services for people with a history of cancer. Indeed, developments in oncology have improved long-term survival rates, which can reach 90–95% for testicular cancer, hematologic malignancies, breast cancer and other cancers that strike children and young adults [1]. However, to survive cancer is no longer enough. The emphasis is shifting to enable people to live a life as normal as possible after cancer; this includes giving them the best possible opportunity to have their own biological children.

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