Eva Andersson-Dubin Presents-Couple Expecting Baby With Surrogate Help After Breast Cancer Diagnosis.
“According to the National Cancer Institute, studies have found that about half of young women with breast cancer report wanting to have a child after completing cancer treatment. However, some cancer treatments, such as certain types of chemotherapy can affect fertility.
Dr. Elisa Port is a surgeon who specializes in breast cancer treatment at The Dubin Breast Center of The Tisch Cancer Institute at Mount Sinai in New York City.
“We try to be extremely proactive when a young woman is diagnosed with breast cancer about preserving her fertility,” Port told “GMA.”