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Another question I would ask my doctor is what type of medications are there to help me that could have helped me be part of that 66%, where men do develop and are able to grow sperm again naturally within that first year...

March 16th was surgery. They biopsied the left testicle just to make sure that the cancer did not spread and to see if there were any pockets of sperm sitting there that we could get...

The options for men are sperm banking which is the most common, testicular sperm extraction which is little bit more in depth and can be done before or after treatment...

    I was diagnosed, I was in Ann Arbor, Michigan at the time, 26 years old, feeling like a normal 26 year old kid, you know, going to the gym, playing basketball, didn’t think, you know, in the world, that I’d get cancer...

    It was real simple. When I banked sperm it was, I think, like two days after the surgery...

    Listen to the nightly news, as they discuss the dramatic increase in egg storage.

    Fertility Preservation for Cancer Patients. Whatever your gender and your age, check your options with your oncologist before embarking on irreversibly sterilizing therapies.

    Focus for the Cure, Dr. Michael Jacobs, Fertility and IVF Center.

    Fathers Day

    By Nick Sortal, Sun Sentinel
    June 19, 2010

    Chad Brick is a planner. Win a high school swim championship. Meet a nice girl, and settle down. Captain a Coast Guard cutter. Be a dad …

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