Covers: how different cancers and treatments can affect fertility; fertility-sparing treatment options; choosing the fertility preservation method that's right for you; the chances of getting pregnant with different methods; healthy post-cancer pregnancy; surrogacy; adoption; insurance; and the implications of parenting after cancer.
Having children after cancer : how to make informed choices before and after treatment and build the family of your dreams
by Shaw, Gina M.
Celestial Arts, Berkeley, CA, 2011
Categories: Fertility, Sexual and Reproductive Health
Subjects: Cancer, Fertility, Fertility preservation
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