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NEW Infertility Risk and Fertility Status Assessment Continuing Education Modules


Infertility is one of the top concerns of young adult survivors of childhood cancer. Defined as the inability to achieve pregnancy after 1 year of regular, unprotected sexual intercourse, infertility has been self-reported in 2 of 3 males and 1 of 7 female childhood cancer survivors.  Additionally, many survivors have incorrect perceptions of their personal risk for infertility.  Learn more about the impact of cancer treatment on future fertility and how to communicate the risk by completing the NEW Infertility Risk in Survivors of Childhood Cancer and After Treatment: Infertility Risk Communication and Fertility Status Assessment continuing education modules 

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