Female cancer survivors are one-third less likely to achieve pregnancy than women in general population

Effect on the chance of subsequent pregnancy quantified for first time Date:July 3, 2017 Source:European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology For the first time, a large population study has quantified the chance of pregnancy after treatment for cancer diagnosed in girls and women aged 39 or under. This landmark study, which linked all cancers... Continue Reading →

A Different Approach – Using the Political System

A few weeks ago, I was asked by the owners of this website to start providing content for the “Keep Women Healthy” blog.  That sounded simple enough.  Since then, I’ve written about the dangers of tanning machines, abortion and a few other items.  I’ve provided you with facts and figures in an effort to try... Continue Reading →

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