Clara Pablo was diagnosed with breast cancer when she was 36. She froze her eggs to preserve her chances of having children.  Radiation uses high-energy rays to kill cancer cells, but the rays can damage a woman's eggs and ovaries, as well as men’s sperm.
Clara Pablo was diagnosed with breast cancer when she was 36. She froze her eggs to preserve her chances of having children. Radiation uses high-energy rays to kill cancer cells, but the rays can damage a woman's eggs and ovaries, as well as men’s sperm.
Clara Pablo was diagnosed with breast cancer when she was 36. She froze her eggs to preserve her chances of having children. Radiation uses high-energy rays to kill cancer cells, but the rays can damage a woman's eggs and ovaries, as well as men’s sperm.

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May 25, 2018 08:00 AM