This article examines emergency IVF and ovarian tissue storage and current data on their reproductive outcomes in cancer patients. These data challenge the concept that these techniques should be labeled “experimental.”
Recent progress in developing human and nonhuman primate follicle culture systems with the goal of obtaining competent oocytes is reviewed, and prospects for clinical application for fertility preservation are discussed.
A review of 60 cases of frozen-thawed ovarian tissue reimplantation is presented. Cryopreservation of ovarian tissue is the only option available for prepubertal girls and for women who cannot delay the start of chemotherapy.
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