Published On: Sat, Oct 28th, 2017

Cancer treatment methods adversely affect ‘Fertility’: Study Report

 

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Cancer is a fatal disease. It is one of the prime causes of mortality in the modern world. Our country, unfortunately, has a huge cancer population. All researches related to the subject are in primary stages.

Anyway, at this moment, there is clarity in one thing that if one ditches some of his/her bad habits such as smoking tobacco and drinking alcohol and one leaves some of his/her bad food habits like eating fast food and chemical food materials, he/she can prevent this disease from affecting his/her body to an extent.

Certainly, the disease is curable. Chemotherapy and radiotherapy are the two effective therapies available to treat this dangerous disease condition.

Unfortunately, a new study has revealed that those women who underwent these therapies may be less likely to get pregnant in the future.

The study report was presented at the Annual Meeting of European Society of Human Reproduction Embryology which held at Geneva.

 

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Cancer treatment methods adversely affect ‘Fertility’: Study Report