Fertility Preservation

Infertility is a disease of men and women’s reproductive organs that impairs one of the body’s most basic functions—the ability to have children. And although 6.1 million people (10 percent of the reproductive-age population) in the United States are infertile, unlike lung cancer or HIV/AIDS, people are rarely informed of the very direct links between their behavior, their choices, and their reproductive health.

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Fertility preservation and reproduction in cancer patients

Infertility Counseling and Support: When and Where To Find It

Effects of cancer treatment on ovarian function

Age and Fertility (booklet)

Mature oocyte cryopreservation: a guideline

Breast cancer and fertility preservation

Abnormal Body Weight: A Preventable Cause Of Infertility

Impact Of Age On Female Fertility

Malls And Movie Theaters Say Infertility Is Not For Them

Prevention Of Salpingitis By A Chlamydia Eradication Control Effort Background

Smoking And Infertility

Public Service Announcements

Advancing Age Decreases Your Ability To Have Children

An Unhealthy Body Weight May Prevent You From Having Children

If You Smoke Your Only Use For A Baby's Bottle Might Be As An Ashtray

Your Decisions Now Can Impact Your Ability To Conceive In the Future

Protect Your Fertility Brochure

Practicing Safe Sex Now, Protects Your Ability To Have Children Later

Sex, Smoking, Body Weight, Getting Older - 4 Reasons to Start Thinking About Your Fertility

Fibroids and fertility

Fibromas y fertilidad (Fibroids and fertility)

In vitro maturation: a committee opinon

Edad y Fertilidad (Age and Fertility)

Fertility preservation in patients undergoing gonadotoxic therapy or gonadectomy

Ovarian tissue cryopreservation

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