Defining the specific reproductive effects of cancer therapies The burden is upon us

Capsule:
Reflections on “Impact of lymphoma treatments on spermatogenesis and sperm DNA: a multicenter prospective study from the CECOS network” by Bujan et al.

Author:
Robert E. Brannigan, M.D.

Volume 102, Issue 3, Page 689

Abstract:
Reflections on “Impact of lymphoma treatments on spermatogenesis and sperm DNA: a multicenter prospective study from the CECOS network” by Bujan et al.

  • Jason Kovac

    Dr. Brannigan has really pushed forward the field of male fertility preservation and the program that he has put into place should serve as a required case study for all interested in beginning their own programs. Understanding of the interactions between various chemotherapeutic agents and their effects on spermatogenesis is critical !

  • ranjithrama

    Wonderful words of wisdom from one of the mavericks in the field of male fertility preservation. Urologists should play an important role in educating physicians who treat patients with cancer and administer chemotherapy.

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