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New Study Reveals Nonsurgical Premature Menopause Affects Fertility in Female Childhood Cancer Survivors

The study by Dr. Jennifer Levine and colleagues, which is published in Cancer, found that women who survived childhood cancer faced an increased risk for nonsurgical premature menopause, resulting in lower rates of live birth for female survivors in their 30s.  Learn more 


 

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