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The Many Paths to Parenthood

Dr. Hananel Holzer shares the myriad causes of infertility, explains treatment options including sperm donation, egg banks and IVF, and how oncology patients can retain their fertility options.

“Infertility is a disease and the treatments, of which IVF is one, are time-dependent,” Dr. Hananel Holzer explains. “If we wait too long, then the success rate decreases.”

In addition to studying the myriad causes of infertility, the Hadassah medical team offers a variety of treatments including sperm donation, egg banks and in vitro fertilization — and have also made headlines by helping oncology patients retain their fertility options via cryopreservation: freezing the eggs or even parts of their ovaries so that the chemo treatments they’re undergoing now won’t impact their ability to become pregnant later. Listen here:

Hadassah On Call: New Frontiers in Medicine takes you behind the headlines with Hadassah Medical Organization doctors and specialists, patients and nurses. Listen and be amazed. Brought to you by Hadassah, The Women’s Zionist Organization of America.

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