Reduced-Intensity Conditioning Mitigates Risk for Primary Ovarian Insufficiency but Does Not Decrease Risk for Infertility in Pediatric and Young Adult Survivors of Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation

Jonathan D. Bender, Helen Oquendo-del Toro, Janie Benoit, Jonathan C. Howell, Priscila Badia, Stella M. Davies, Michael S. Grimley, Sonata Jodele, Christine Phillips, Karen Burns, Rebecca Marsh, Adam Nelson, Gregory Wallace, Christopher E. Dandoy, Abigail Pate, Andrew C. Strine, Olivia Frias, Lesley Breech, Susan R. Rose, Holly HoefgenPooja Khandelwal, Kasiani C. Myers

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