Breast cancer diagnosis doesn’t have to mean you can’t have a child later.
US News & World Report spoke with Dr. Nikita Shah, medical oncology team leader for the Breast Cancer Specialty Section and medical director of the Cancer Risk Evaluation program at UF Health Cancer Center Orlando Health, about the primary ways of preserving fertility for women who are considering pregnancy after cancer treatment and the potential complications of infertility after being diagnosed.
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Dr. Shah was also interviewed by US News & World Report for an article giving more clarity to the diagnosis of breast cancer and the difference between false positives and false negatives.
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