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Researchers found that in children treated with chemotherapy, male survivors were about 40% less likely to have sired a live birth than siblings, but female survivors were only about 20% less likely to have had a live birth

Female survivors of childhood cancers are only 20% less likely to go on to have children, male survivors were 40% less likely

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