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Doody's Review ServiceReviewer: Amber R. Cooper, MD (Washington University School of Medicine)
Description: This is a much-needed book on the multidisciplinary and multifaceted world of oncofertility. With the rapidly advancing science in this area, it is critical to address what is known and still unknown in this field.
Purpose: The purpose is to move beyond the science to address the many additional aspects of preserving fertility in cancer patients, including the legal, psychosocial, ethical, and other increasingly more common challenges in the field.
Audience: This book is appropriate for a wide-ranging audience, from patients to practitioners, researchers to clinicians, students to teachers, in all the fields related to oncofertility.
Features: This is an honest rendition of where the field of oncofertility stands, from a scientific, religious, ethical, emotional, and legal perspective. The authors have attempted to thoroughly discuss some of the most difficult challenges to fertility preservation in cancer patients.
Assessment: This book is useful for all who work in any aspect of cancer, infertility, research in these areas, or any area related to fertility preservation.