Video: Future Fertility Options for Men with Cancer

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Fertility options are currently limited for some men with cancer — such as pre-pubescent boys and older men who do not have sperm in their testicles. Dr. John Mulhall, director of the Male Sexual and Reproductive Medicine Program at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, explains that researchers may one day be able to remove immature reproductive cells from the testicles and help them develop into healthy sperm cells outside of the body. Men who are interested in preserving their fertility potential during and after cancer treatment can take advantage of Sloan Kettering’s robust fertility program.