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Having Children After Cancer

Un libro in lingua di Shaw Gina M. Rugo Hope S. M.D. (FRW) edito da Celestial Arts, 2011

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Yes, you can have children after cancer.
 
When faced with a cancer diagnosis, many doctors and patients rush full-speed ahead into treatment, giving minimal attention to the potential fertility implications. Luckily, the field of oncofertility is growing quickly, and medical writer Gina Shaw, herself a cancer survivor, is ready to unravel the complex and evolving issues involved in pre- and post-cancer fertility and family-building options—for both men and women. Having Children After Cancer gives you all the tools you need to:

  • Understand how different cancers can affect fertility
  • Identify which treatments?chemo, radiation, and surgery?can potentially impair your fertility
  • Discuss fertility-sparing treatment options with your doctor
  • Select the fertility preservation method that's right for you—from freezing eggs, embryos, and sperm to preserving ovarian tissue
  • Analyze the chances of getting pregnant—using natural methods and with in vitro fertilization
  • Determinethe best time to get pregnant (and which drug therapies to avoid while doing so)
  • Have a healthy post-cancer pregnancy
  • Navigate surrogacy and what to tell prospective candidates about your medical history
  • Consider adoption and learn about survivor-friendly adoption programs and countries
  • Find sample medical letters and other insurance-company red-tape busting information
  • Think through the implications of mother- and fatherhood after cancer
  • Figure out how to talk to your children about the big C
With a foreword by top oncologist Hope Rugo of the UCSF Cancer Center, this first and only cancer-and-fertility guide for patients and survivors will allow you to be your own best advocate throughout the journey.

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