72. The answer is b.

The ability to conceive or father a child after stem cell transplantation is related to age and treatment with total body irradiation. CNPP, Pages 1025–1026.

73. The answer is b.

Numerous research studies report that children born to mothers or fathers who had previously been treated for cancer indicated no increase in genetic disease or in congenital anomalies in the offspring when compared to the general population. CNPP, Page 1031.

74. The answer is b.

Women older than 40 who develop amenorrhea have the highest risk of experiencing an abrupt permanent menopause. In contrast to standard-dose chemotherapy, high-dose chemotherapy is associated with a high rate of ovarian failure (90%), even in young women. It ...

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