Fertility Preservation and Financial Hardship among Adolescent and Young Adult Women with Cancer

Meernik C, Mersereau JE, Baggett CD, Engel SM, Moy LM, Cannizzaro NT, Peavey M, Kushi LH, Chao CR, Nichols HB.


Background: Financial hardship among adolescents and young adults (AYA) with cancer who receive gonadotoxic treatments may be exacerbated by the use of fertility services. This study examined whether AYA women with cancer who used fertility preservation had increased financial hardship.

Topic(s): Economic Burden
Health Condition(s): Cancer
Year Published: 2022
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