- Living With Breast Cancer
- Are there any reliable data on the rate of successful pregnancies after breast cancer?
Are there any reliable data on the rate of successful pregnancies after breast cancer?Word is that the data isn’t that reliable. Prof. Grynberg explains in this video why this is and for whom a pregnancy is associated with no particular risk.
Cooling hot flushes, a common but uncomfortable symptom of menopause
Libido – a common but surmountable decrease that may occur during breast cancer
Coping with the physical changes
What happens to a woman’s ovarian function and fertility during and after chemotherapy?
Vaginal dryness: a common but taboo symptom resulting from breast cancer treatment
Embrace your body, embrace intimacy
What is the impact of hormone therapy for breast cancer on ovarian function?
What determines residual ovarian function after chemotherapy?
What is oncofertility?
Premenopausal patients poential impact on reproductive capacity
Suggestions for a premenopausal woman diagnosed with cancer
What means can be offered to patient to preserve their fertility?
What are the physiological changes in fertility during a woman’s lifetime?