URA Doctors Featured in latest issue of Rutgers Magazine

Sara Morelli and Aimee Seungdamrong, two of the eight doctors at University Reproductive Associates were featured in Rutgers Magazine’s article “Conception after Cancer” discussing the ways cancer patients can preserve their fertility in the event that they decide to have a family after their treatment ends.

“We’re seeing more cancer patients who want to preserve their fertility,” says Morelli.
“Men undergoing cancer treatment can have semen samples frozen for future use. In women, solutions are a bit more complex. Thankfully, oncologists are increasingly aware of this highly specialized work.”
Check out the link below for the full article.
Rutgers Magazine – “Conception after Cancer” 

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