Motherhood After Chemo: Current Approaches to Fertility Preservation

In the past, young women newly diagnosed with cancer typically received no fertility counseling or were assured they’d be fine if their periods resumed after treatment. Fortunately, as reproductive endocrinologist Mitchell Rosen, MD, explains, it’s a more hopeful world for these patients, with better ways to predict the likelihood of ovarian failure or early menopause, plus highly successful techniques that can allow young women to be future moms.


March 29, 2022

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Mitchell Rosen, MD

Mitchell Rosen, MD

Reproductive endocrinologist

Dr. Mitchell Rosen is an expert in reproductive endocrinology and fertility. He is director of the UCSF Fertility Preservation Program, which helps patients with cancer secure the ability to conceive in the future, despite the effects ...

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