Cancer patients' semen is preserved late, used little

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San Antonio--A retrospective study of men with cancer who elected to cryopreservetheir sperm because of cancer therapy found that 20% of men had alreadyreceived one or more cycles of chemotherapy. The recognized toxic effectsof chemotherapy and radiation on sperm cells make this a questionable practice

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