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Fertility Issues for Parents to Consider before Child’s Cancer Treatment – CNL
The best way to preserve your child’s fertility during cancer treatment depends on age, sex and if the child has reached puberty. This concern is best addressed before cancer treatment starts. Anna Franklin, M.D., Assistant Professor, and Donna Bell, Advanced Nurse Practitioner, both in the Department of Pediatrics Patient Care at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, discuss ways to preserve your child’s fertility and offer helpful resources.

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Title: Fertility Issues for Parents to Consider before Child’s Cancer Treatment – CNL
Summary: The best way to preserve your child’s fertility during cancer treatment depends on age, sex and if the child has reached puberty. This concern is best addressed before cancer treatment starts. Anna Franklin, M.D., Assistant Professor, and Donna Bell, Advanced Nurse Practitioner, both in the Department of Pediatrics Patient Care at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, discuss ways to preserve your child’s fertility and offer helpful resources.
Keywords: cnl, cancer newsline, infertile, sterile, fertile, fertility, sterility, child, children, boy, girl, cancer, side effect, treatment
Transcript: http://www.mdanderson.org/transcripts/cancer-newsline/2012/fertility-issues-for-parents-to-consider-before-child-s-cancer-treatment-1-30-12.html