Immunotherapy and Fertility: Do These Cancer Drugs Make It Harder to Get Pregnant?

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    “I think there's still a lot that we need to know about subtle changes in fertility that may be impacted by checkpoint inhibitor therapy,” Diefenbach tells HealthCentral. “But I think the big picture is they're much safer and a huge improvement over chemotherapies which were cytotoxic and much more toxic to fertility.”