This week’s new content, is a journal article, titled “Fertility Preservation in Boys: Recent Developments and New Insights”. This article aims to provide an update on clinical practices and experimental methods, as well as describe patient management inclusion strategies used to preserve and restore the fertility of prepubertal boys at high risk of fertility loss.
Let’s have a discussion….
What do you think about these new clinical practices and experimental methods?
Have you or will you be implementing any of these in your current practice?
A copy of the full article can be found in your ECHO Training Manual (pages 42-59) which can be downloaded from the ECHO Course Materials section of your “My Training Page” (https://echotorch.org/courses/echo-training/).
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