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Neoplasia and Fertility

Neoplasia and Fertility

Cesare Romagnolo

Research on young individuals and childbearingadults being treated for neoplasia has revealed a rising number of requests for treatmentsaimed to maintain the possibility to conceive. To answer such requests, it isimportant for medical professionals to consider the necessity to cure thewoman, to preserve her fertility, to give information both on the effect ofneoplasia and treatments on pregnancy. Patients have to be informedon the possible treatment alternatives that are less aggressive towards thereproductive function, but at the same time, give desirable results in terms ofsurvival. Neoplasiaand Fertility describes the state-of-the-arton fertility preservation in women affected by neoplasia. The 11 book chapters informthe reader with the goal of equipping them with the required information needed to present the condition and to discuss the possibility of conceiving, andhow to manage patients after oncologic treatments at different stages of pregnancy. KeyFeatures- Informs the reader about therelationship between gynecological cancer and fertility in women through 11chapters- Describes a broad range of cancers andrelevant treatment options for maintaining fertility- Explains the role of a ‘FertilitySparing Team’ in clinics- Familiarizes the reader with theethics behind oncology treatments with reference to female fertility- Describes fertility issues related to hereditarycancers in women- Includes references for furtherreading The book serves as an informativereference on the subject to medical doctors in the gynecology, obstetrics and midwifespecialties, and nurses training the gynecological oncology. It will also be ofinterest to healthcare administrators involved in fertility and oncologyclinics, as well as general practitioners in family medicine.Research on young individuals and childbearingadults being treated for neoplasia has revealed a rising number of requests for treatmentsaimed to maintain the possibility to conceive. To answer such requests, it isimportant for medical professionals to consider the necessity to cure thewoman, to preserve her fertility, to give information both on the effect ofneoplasia and treatments on pregnancy. Patients have to be informedon the possible treatment alternatives that are less aggressive towards thereproductive function, but at the same time, give desirable results in terms ofsurvival. Neoplasiaand Fertility describes the state-of-the-arton fertility preservation in women affected by neoplasia. The 11 book chapters informthe reader with the goal of equipping them with the required information needed to present the condition and to discuss the possibility of conceiving, andhow to manage patients after oncologic treatments at different stages of pregnancy. KeyFeatures- Informs the reader about therelationship between gynecological cancer and fertility in women through 11chapters- Describes a broad range of cancers andrelevant treatment options for maintaining fertility- Explains the role of a ‘FertilitySparing Team’ in clinics- Familiarizes the reader with theethics behind oncology treatments with reference to female fertility- Describes fertility issues related to hereditarycancers in women- Includes references for furtherreading The book serves as an informativereference on the subject to medical doctors in the gynecology, obstetrics and midwifespecialties, and nurses training the gynecological oncology. It will also be ofinterest to healthcare administrators involved in fertility and oncologyclinics, as well as general practitioners in family medicine.

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