On May 12th, People Magazine highlighted a story about a 16 year old Arizona teen, McKindree Patton, who elected to freeze her eggs prior to chemotherapy for a rare form of bone marrow failure. Through the help of non-profit group Angel Mamas, McKindree was provided funds to cover the fertility preservation procedures. And when a friend of hers was diagnosed recently with the same rare bone marrow failure, McKindree helped navigate her through the necessariy fertility preservation steps to treatment. Read more about McKindree's story.
Fertility Preservation, In the news, Oncofertility
Fertility Preservation, Oncofertility, Personal stories
We're exited to continue our new blog series to spotlight National Physicians Cooperative member institutions! If your institution is a member of the NPC, submit your information to us for development of an institution-specific page on the Oncofertility Consortium website, as well as a blog post,...
Fertility Preservation, Introductions, National Physicians Cooperative, Oncofertility
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