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Life, Interrupted: Marriage & Fertility
MarriageYoung marriages can be challenged by a cancer diagnosis. Some are strengthened by it, and others fail.
For Courtney Clark, director of marketing and development for the PlanetCancer Web site, her experience with melanoma made her realize she wasn't with the right person. Here in Michigan, Zoe Burroughs had a different experience.
Toni Spano-English (above with her daughter) wasn't sure having a family would be possible after her cancer treatment. Learn more about fertility and cancer.
FertilityInfertility can be a devastating side effect of cancer treatment. For many young adults, coping with this aspect of life after cancer can be difficult.
Shared ExperiencesValerie Delekta and Toni Spano-English share their concerns and experiences over whether they can start a family.
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