Can I still have children after having cervical cancer?

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GiuseppeDelPrioreMDMPH (Physician - OBGYN - Gynecologic Oncology (Verified) ) - 02 / 18 / 2014

Cancer survivors and even patients with active cancer have more options than ever before. With an informed up to date oncologist coordinating care with supportive infertility specialists, many cancer patients, including cervical cancer patients, can have the family they always hoped for. It is essential to address this issue as soon as the cancer diagnosis is known to maximize options.
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