Published in Law and Health Weekly, May 7th, 2005
"Treatment of men of reproductive age with radiation or alkylating agents often produces prolonged azoospermia," scientists in the United States explained.
"We previously demonstrated that suppression of testosterone (T) with gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH) analogs restored spermatogenesis following atrophy induced by radiation or chemotherapy in rats," noted K. Boekelheide and colleagues at Brown University. In the present study, they "tested whether GnRH antagonist therapy could reverse radiation-induced testicular injury in primates with a similar...
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