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Here are five things you may not know about Oncofertility. Cancer and its treatment have the ability to affect a person's experience of sexuality from mild to debilitating in psychosocial and physiological ways.
Every family looks forward to a healthy pregnancy and to the birth of a healthy newborn. For some, there may be unexpected challenges along the way because an expectant mother has a high-risk pregnancy.
Primary ciliary dyskinesia (PCD) is a disease that affects the body's ability to remove mucus from the airways. Learn the causes & symptoms of PCD in children.
CHOC has the only cystic fibrosis center in Orange County for kids. We provide the best CF treatments so your child lives a long, healthy life.
Dr. Allan Akerman is a physician who treats kids and teens in Orange County and specializes in gynecology and infertility.
Life after cancer is filled with many uncertainties. CHOC's After Cancer Treatment Survivorship Program is here to answer questions.
Undescended testes are a condition seen most commonly in newborns when one or both of the male testes have not passed down into the scrotal sac.
The U.S. Food & Drug Administration approved the emergency use of the first COVID-19 vaccine, which is shown to be 95% effective at preventing COVID disease. The vaccines are being distributed based on guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices.
Brain tumors in children can be complex. At CHOC, a multidisciplinary approach offers all services our patients need under one roof.
Some cancer treatments like surgery, chemotherapy or radiation can cause long-term side effects. Learn more about late effects of treatment.
Dr. Schwartz is a full-time stem cell biologist and holds a Senior Scientist position at the CHOC Research Institute.
While chemotherapy and radiation are both treatments used to treat cancer, they differ in the way they work.