Preserving Fertility in Cancer Patients
- Published on February 04, 2022
- Updated on March 02, 2022
Cancer and cancer treatment can impact varying parts of your life including your reproductive health. Certain cancer treatment protocols can negatively affect your fertility, making it difficult for you to become a parent, naturally.
Latest advances in ART allow patients to preserve their fertility before going for cancer treatment. Dr Prachi Benara, Consultant, Birla Fertility & IVF talks about fertility preservation in cancer patients. On the occasion of World Cancer Day, she discusses how fertility and cancer care are related and the different types of treatment alternatives available to the patients. Watch the interview features on the prominent health awareness website, ‘The Health Shots’
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