15% of cancers affecting women are of gynaecologic origin, thereby most of them affect fertility of the women who are in reproductive age indirectly by their treatment protocols including chemotherapy, radiotherapy etc. Chances of getting pregnant is the crucial point of concern in these patients as pathological state of these women potentially limits chances of giving birth to new born. However, current advances in our understanding of these diseases, along with improved multimodality treatments, allow for consideration of fertility options.
So, the present review shall enlighten technological advancements available including robotic surgical procedures, fertility preservation innovations and other latest developments in the area for improvising fertility options in gynaecological cancer patients.Free PDF Download
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Y. Liu, W.-Y. Zhang
Recent advances for improving fertility in gynaecological cancer patients
Eur Rev Med Pharmacol Sci
Vol. 19 - N. 17