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preservation

noun care, cherishing, conservatio, conservation, curing, custody, defense, eternization, freeeom from danger, guardianship, guarding, immortalization, maintenance, nourishment, nurture, perpetuation, protective custody, safeguarding, safekeeping, safety, salvation, sanctuary, saving, security, shielding, storage, support, tuitio, upkeep, ward, wardship
See also: assistance, bulwark, conservation, continuation, custody, defense, ecology, maintenance, panoply, protection, safekeeping, safety, security, shelter, supervision, support, ward

PRESERVATION. keeping safe from harm; avoiding injury. This term always presupposes a real or existing danger.
     2. A jettison, which is always for the preservation of the remainder of the cargo, must therefore be made only when there is a real danger existing. See Average; Jettison.

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As seen in the results obtained from the survey, a growing number of patients and their families are asking to be informed about the matter of fertility preservation and wish to discuss this with their doctors.
29] A national patient organization, Fertile Future, has recently launched a financial assistance program called the ‘Power Of Hope' to provide financial subsidy to Canadian cancer patients who wish to pursue fertility preservation.
He and his coworkers turned to the California Cancer Registry in order to study the impact of fertility preservation on psychosocial outcomes in young female cancer survivors.
Fertility preservation in young women undergoing breast cancer therapy.
The Congresses will also feature the participation of several patients, who will present their personal odysseys into the area of fertility preservation after having being diagnosed with cancer, severe endometriosis or autoimmune diseases.
In fertility preservation, MEBNA's technology allows women in their 20's and 30's to delay child bearing by freezing their eggs for future use.
Patel's special interests in assisted reproductive technologies include preimplantation genetic diagnoses, fertility preservation and polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS).
As a result, more women are concerned about their child-bearing potential after undergoing chemotherapy or radiation, and as reproductive technology advances, the issue of fertility preservation becomes even more salient.
Our overall goal is to create smart drugs that kill the cancer but don't cause sterility in young women," Teresa Woodruff, a co-principal investigator of the study and chief of fertility preservation at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine said.
Infertility treatments available for POI which may be used before or during ovarian failure, especially in cancer patients, include fertility preservation such as ovarian cortex, oocyte and embryo cryopreservation, oocyte or embryo donation and adoption in women without any ovarian function (1).
In the present review it was aimed to provide an overview of current fertility-preserving treatment options and the future of fertility preservation.
Reproductive medicine, obstetrics and gynecology, infertility, andrology, and other specialists from the US, Europe, and Middle East cover physiology; aspects of infertility, including disorders of ovulation, male factors, endometriosis-associated infertility, unexplained infertility, and emotional factors; and assisted reproductive technology, including insemination, intracytoplasmic sperm injection, treatment of severe ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome, cryopreservation, preimplantation genetic diagnosis, molecular biology, fertility preservation in female cancer patients, non-obstructive azoospermia, the role of fibroids, IVF in transplant and cardiac patients, and religious aspects associated with Judaism, Christianity, and Islam.