Pregnancy After Breast Cancer Is Possible

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Expert says new cancer treatments, technologies give women more hope of preserving fertility.


Once Alyssa Tushman knew her young son would not grow up motherless, her next question was whether he would be an only child.

Tushman was 27 and a new mother when she was diagnosed with stage III breast cancer. After aggressive treatment

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