Infertility in Pediatric Cancer Survivors: A Necessary Evil or a Potentially Avoidable Sequel?

  • Torres-Roman, Smith Junior (Faculty of Medicine, Universidad Nacional San Luis Gonzaga) ;
  • Conislla-Espinoza, Ismael (Faculty of Medicine, Universidad Nacional San Luis Gonzaga) ;
  • Gutierrez-Flores, Katherin Estefany (Faculty of Medicine, Universidad Nacional San Luis Gonzaga) ;
  • Bazalar-Palacios, Janina (Instituto de Investigacion, Universidad Catolica los Angeles de Chimbote) ;
  • Paredes-Perez, Napoleon (Instituto de Investigacion, Facultad de Medicina, Universidad de San Martin de Porres)
  • Published : 2016.10.01




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