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Don't forgo the Future It may be difficult to think about fertility preservation before heading into a battle with cancer, yet that's exactly when fertility preservation can be most effective, and when it's important to keep the fertility preservation options of the future at their fullest.

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Old 04-17-2008, 03:46 PM
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Default Success Story

I just read about a woman who survived breast cancer in her 20s and had several babies in her late 30s. Seems before the cancer treatment they removed some of her ovarian tissue and froze it. I am interested in hearing more stories like that, especially if the same procedure might work somehow for men? I may in a similar situation. Not cancer exactly, but a condition that may result in permenant damage. I'd just like to know if there's anything I can do now.

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