Kathleen M. Galvin and Marla L. Clayman address a range of family factors and related ethical issues that affect decision-making when a female child or adolescent is faced with fertility threatening cancer treatments. Following the presentation of a framework through which to examine the role of children in decision-making, several child –and family- oriented complications related to both ethics and family communication are explored.
Galvin K M., Clayman M L. Cancer Treatment and Research. 2010; 156: 429-45. PMID: 20811853.