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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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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 breast cancer patients: a prospective controlled comparison of ovarian stimulation with tamoxifen and letrozole for embryo cryopreservation.
Physician referral for fertility preservation in oncology patients: a national study of practice behaviors.
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.
The occasion of World Cancer Day is the perfect platform to raise awareness among doctors and patients about the different fertility preservation techniques like egg freezing, embryo freezing, donor eggs, donor embryos etc.
After the indepth discussions, she said, about 20% decide to investigate some form of fertility preservation.
In 2013 the American Medical Association (AMA) adopted a policy encouraging coverage by all insurance providers of fertility preservation therapies for patients requiring cancer treatments that result in infertility.
Women of reproductive age diagnosed with early cervical cancer now have multiple options for fertility preservation.
Relying on this improvement of the freezing techniques, fertility preservation for women due to medical or social reasons has been carried out as a secure and efficient service worldwide.
The Lapins' case is a real success story of fertility preservation and treatment.
Targeted for healthcare providers, Fertility Preservation is a concise and accessible guide with a multidisciplinary approach, written by experts in their fields, and has the goal of providing updated information about fertility preservation options for both men and women.