Cancer treatment and male fertility effects of therapy and current and future management options

Cancer treatments are detrimental to spermatogenesis. This series reviews effects of anticancer therapies on male fertility, current and future approaches to determine sperm health, and gives recommendations for patient management.

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Mark Sigman, M.D.

Volume 100, Issue 5, Page 1179, November 2013

Abstract

Cancer treatments are detrimental to spermatogenesis. This series reviews effects of anticancer therapies on male fertility, current and future approaches to determine sperm health, and gives recommendations for patient management.

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