New fertility treatment being studied for women with cancer

An experimental new fertility treatment called ovarian tissue cryopreservation is being studied at about 50 locations nationwide as a way to preserve fertility in female cancer patients. The procedure involves removing tissue samples containing stem cells from an ovary, then freezing the tissue and storing the cells for later use.

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