Many young cancer patients don't discuss fertility

Researchers found that since the early 1990s, only one in every 25 women diagnosed with cancer at age 40 or younger decided to go through with egg- or embryo-freezing procedures, even though at least half said they'd like to have kids after treatment.  Read more at
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