Testicular cancer treatment impairs semen quality

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Philadelphia--Treatment for testicular cancer caused the rates of severe oligozoospermia and azoospermia to rise from 7% to 27% and 0% to 12%, respectively, in a study that suggests a need for sperm banking in men treated for the disease.

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