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Women overestimate risk of infertility caused by cancer treatment

Young women are tending to take their concerns about infertility into account when making decisions about what treatment to undergo for breast cancer. Researchers highlight that doctors need to communicate more with patients regarding these concerns as women tend to overestimate the risk of infertility caused by cancer treatment.

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About: Women overestimate risk of infertility caused by cancer treatment

Date: 15 October 2004

Source: Health Day


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