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Only 27 percent of medical institutions are freezing the sperm of cancer patients before they start treatment to enable them to father children if they become sterile as a result of chemotherapy.

Most of the other hospitals will — upon request — refer patients to fertility doctors or other institutions, according to a survey by the Kyoto University Department of Urology released Monday.

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