The Oncofertility Consortium was mentioned recently in a feature in Greenwich Magazine, an online magazine from Connecticut. Connecticut was the first state to pass landmark oncofertility legislation, which opens access to fertility treatment for cancer patients. The law is named for Melissa Thompson, a patient advocate who worked with her local lawmakers to get this bill passed. Click on this link: Greenwich Magazine.pdf for the complete story. Congratulations to all the patients and advocates who fought tirelessly to make this bill a reality!
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