Lymphoma and Male Fertility

“I was diagnosed with cancer when I was 24. I was told treatments might make me sterile. Even though I was single, I banked my sperm. I am now the proud father of twin boys.” Michael, cancer survivor

The last thing most people expect is a cancer diagnosis. From the minute it occurs, all you want to do is get on with your life. If you still want to father children, then sperm banking may be an option.

If you are a newly diagnosed patient with a short time period to bank sperm, consider ordering the Live:On kit by calling (800) 466-2796. The cost to order a kit is $65. When the kit is returned to Cryogenic Laboratories, Inc. (CLI), you will be billed $560 for processing, analysis, freezing, and one year of storage*. The total cost is $625. Monthly storage plans and discount longer term storage plans are also available for your selection.

Spermbankdirectory.com is a national directory of sperm cryobanks that also offers information on sperm banking. www.spermbankdirectory.com

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