Looking to the Future: Optimizing Fertility Preservation Decisions in Pediatric Patients Newly Diagnosed with Cancer
Family-centered research aims to improve fertility preservation uptake and decision satisfaction among adolescents newly diagnosed with cancer.
An international network of providers who helped develop programs in their home institutions have developed a roadmap for others who want to do the same.
While endocrinologists are not always part of a core DMD treatment team, their expertise is necessary, especially in handling the effects of long-term glucocorticoid therapy.
Many childhood medical conditions and treatments can affect reproductive health. A new report from the American Academy of Pediatrics explains when and how doctors should address those concerns.
A recent study suggests that fertility is a “later” issue for adolescents and young adults, rather than a “now” concern, leading to low rates of conversation with health care providers.
Growth hormone administration is a potential cause of insulin resistance, but a case report demonstrates that a severe deficiency can also lead to the condition.
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