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'Being a gay woman doesn't mean you can't have truly loved a man'

Sue Perkins discusses her first boyfriend, falling in love and finding out she's infertile
Source: The Telegraph : Health Advice - Category: Consumer Health News Tags: biological clock brain tumour memoir Great British Bake Off adoption GBBO Sue Perkins gay Spectacles Anna Richardson Source Type: news

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Brainlab said today it launched a new high-res planning algorithm within its Brainlab Elements software to improve radiation dose conformity for treating brain tumors, and added that the algorithm is a result of its strategic collaboration Elekta (STO:EKTA B). The Munich-based company’s Elements system operates with Elekta’s Agility multileaf collimator to compensate for the width of selected leaves and allow for better conformation to tumor shapes, and to reduce radiation dosing to organs at risk. The new algorithm in the Elements software allows support of virtual leaf width capability with Agility on th...
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Conditions:   Infertility Due to Nonimplantation;   Infertility Intervention:   Drug: Prometrium Sponsor:   Mount Sinai Hospital, Canada Not yet recruiting
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Conditions:   Embryonic Mosaicism;   Embryo Culture Media;   Embryo Morphokinetics;   Infertility Interventions:   Device: EmbryoScope Plus;   Other: GLOBAL MEDIA;   Other: SAGE MEDIA Sponsor:   University of California, San Francisco Recruiting
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Authors: Tosoni A, Balestrini D, Brandes AA Abstract INTRODUCTION: Fertility impairment due to treatments is a major concern for adolescents and young adult patients who survived cancer. Areas covered: Chemotherapy may determine a detrimental effect on ovary function, leading to infertility, and premature ovarian failure. Embryo and oocyte cryopreservation is a standard strategy for fertility preservation; other strategies, such as gonadal tissue cryopreservation and the use of gonadotropin -releasing hormone agonist, are still considered experimental. There are few data available regarding the effect of pregnancy ...
Source: Expert Review of Anticancer Therapy - Category: Cancer & Oncology Tags: Expert Rev Anticancer Ther Source Type: research
I’ve written several times over the years about the overblown claims of harm attributed, largely—but not exclusively—by cranks, to cell phone radiation. It’s been claimed that radiation from cell phones can cause brain tumors (there’s no convincing evidence that this is true), breast cancer (the evidence for these claims is so incredibly flimsy—and featured by…
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Authors: Auriemma RS, Grasso LF, Pivonello R, Colao A Abstract INTRODUCTION: Prolactinomas are the most common hormone-secreting pituitary tumors, accounting for approximately 40% of all pituitary tumors. Infertility, gonadal and sexual dysfunction are usually the most relevant clinical features in both sexes. Area covered: This review focuses on safety and tolerability of therapeutic approaches for prolactinomas. Complications from trans-sphenoidal surgery vary depending on tumor size, and mortality rate ranges 0.6%-31% for patients with microprolactinomas and macroprolactinoms, respectively. More than 50% of pati...
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Nathan Crawford becomes first in UK to undergo process, having been diagnosed with brain tumour requiring treatment that risks making him infertileA nine-year-old boy with a brain tumour has become the first person in the UK to have testicular tissue frozen in the hope that he can have children later in life.Nathan Crawford has undergone radiotherapy and chemotherapy to shrink his tumour, which is inoperable, but the treatment could make him infertile. In a groundbreaking procedure, surgeons at the John Radcliffe hospital in Oxford have removed and frozen a wedge of testicular tissue, with the aim that it is one day re-imp...
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Nathan Crawford becomes first in UK to undergo process, having been diagnosed with brain tumour requiring treatment that risks making him infertileA nine-year-old boy with a brain tumour has become the first person in the UK to have testicular tissue frozen in the hope that he can have children later in life.Nathan Crawford has undergone radiotherapy and chemotherapy to shrink his tumour, which is inoperable, but the treatment could make him infertile. In a groundbreaking procedure, surgeons at the John Radcliffe hospital in Oxford have removed and frozen a wedge of testicular tissue, with the aim that it is one day re-imp...
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Nathan Crawford has become the first person in Britain to have a wedge of testicular tissue removed and frozen before cancer treatment
Source: Telegraph Health - Category: Consumer Health News Tags: chemotherapy chance infertility tissue radiatherapy sperm frozen cancer oxford risk men Source Type: news
GBBO star Sue Perkins, 45, has revealed that while learning the news that her benign brain tumour has left her infertile, she was the victim of cruel homophobia at the hands of a consultant.
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