In this June 13, 2015 photo, Talia Pisano, with cake, celebrates her second birthday with family and friends in Wheaton, Ill. Talia is receiving tough treatment for kidney cancer that spread to her brain at Lurie Children's Hospital in Chicago. She's also getting a chance at having babies of her own someday. To battle infertility sometimes caused by cancer treatment, some children’s hospitals are trying a futuristic approach: removing and freezing immature ovary and testes tissue, with hopes of being able to put it back when patients reach adulthood and want to start families. (AP Photo/Christian K. Lee)

Kids with cancer get futuristic chance at saving fertility

To battle infertility sometimes caused by cancer treatment, some children’s hospitals are trying a futuristic approach: removing and freezing immature ovary and testes tissue, with hopes of being able to put it back when patients reach adulthood and want to start families.