Published in Cancer Weekly, February 8th, 2005
"The introduction of ICSI has totally changed the reproductive prospects for boys and men who are treated for cancer. With post-pubertal boys and adult men, semen cryopreservation should be offered to every patient undergoing a cancer treatment since preservation of fertility cannot be guaranteed for an individual patient and treatment may shift to a more sterilizing regimen.
"In the ICSI era, all semen samples, even those containing only a few motile sperm, should be accepted for cryopreservation," scientists writing in the journal Human Reproduction Update...
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