There are several options for preserving fertility in men diagnosed with cancer. What method is currently being used before undergoing therapy to treat cancer?

In men, and unlike women, it is relatively simple, and consists of collecting one or two samples of semen. It is very important that this is done before receiving the first dose of chemo or radiotherapy, if not, the quality will be very poor. In the case of prepubertal boys, a testicular biopsy could be considered, but this is still highly controversial.

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