The 5-year survival of teenagers and young adults (TYAs; 13–24 years old) with cancer has continued to rise, but as a result more patients experience late effects of treatment, such as infertility. Advice regarding fertility preservation in relation to cancer is provided in numerous clinical practice guidelines, but the rigor of their development is unclear.

Authors: Adam D. JakesPerrine Marec-Berard, Robert S. Phillips, and Daniel P. Stark

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