Oncofertility: Fertility Preservation in Cancer S Trivedi - Male Infertility: Understanding, Causes and Treatment, 2017 The number of cancer patients in young age has increased in the recent years, which is coupled with late marriages and family planning. This makes an important place for a new and emerging field of cryo-preservation of gametes for cancer patients.
Fertility Preservation, In the news, Publication, science
On June 20th, Connecticut passed bill HB 7124 which provides coverage of cryopreservation of eggs, sperm, or embryo for all patients facing a threat to fertility. More specifically, the new law amends the definition of infertility and is extended to include those whom fertility services are...
Registration is now open for the 2017 Oncofertility Consortium Conference!! Register now!
Register now to secure your spot and to ensure the low early-bird rate of $300. Early-bird registration ends on July 31 and the price will increase to $350 on August 1. For more information about registration...
The Oncofertility Consortium is excited to host its second annual Fellow Education Day during the 2017 Oncofertility Conference! This day-long course will be held on November 14 and will consist of four traditional lectures and two team-based learning exercises. The purpose of this course is to...
Dr. Ralph Kazer delivered June's VGR "Fertility Preservation Strategies for Women About to Undergo Chemotherapy or Radiation Therapy" and this talk is now available online. Dr. Kazer is a professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology in the Division of Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility at the...
Members of the Global Partners Network recently published a commentary in the Biology of Reproduction. Below is more information from first author Saskia de Roo, who spent last year studying at the Consortium.
Let me first introduce myself, I am Saskia de Roo, and I graduated last January from...
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