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New Oncofertility Publications 2022


Categories: Education, News, Publication, Training Material
More than 85 scientific articles on oncofertility have been published in 2022 so far. We thank authors & groups from Oncofertility Consortium Network and Global Community for their hard work and dedication!! New Publications from Oncofertility Consortium Network and Global Community 2022. We urge authors…
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SREI Fellow Education Day Awards Now Available

Author image - Lauren Ataman-Millhouse By: Lauren Ataman-Millhouse -
Categories: Blog, Conferences, Education, Fertility Preservation, Meetings, Oncofertility
This year, thanks to funding from the Society for Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility (SREI),  the Oncofertility Consortium has secured funding for five REI fellows to attend the 3rd annual Fellow Education Day at the Oncofertility Conference.  Each award is $1000 and should be used to offset registration fees and partial travel and…
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Fellows- Register now for Fellow Education Day at the 2018 Oncofertility Conference!

Author image - Lauren Ataman-Millhouse By: Lauren Ataman-Millhouse -
Categories: Blog, Conferences, Education, Fertility Preservation, Meetings, Oncofertility, Research
This year at the 2018 Oncofertility Conference, we will host our third annual Fellow Education Day. This day long program will be on the third day of the conference and is open to all fellows in related medical fields. The purpose of the course is to…
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Cincinnati Children’s Hospital welcomes the Japan Society of Fertility Preservation!

Author image - Brigid Martz Smith By: Brigid Martz Smith -
Categories: Blog, Education, Global Partner, National Physicians Cooperative
The Oncofertility Consortium is excited to share the below blog post written by Ashley Hayes and Olivia Frias from Cincinnati Children's Hospital to outling their growing relationship with the  Japan Society for Fertility Preservation.   The Comprehensive Fertility Care and Preservation Program (CFCPP) at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital…
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ASRM Certificate Course Now Available!

Author image - Brigid Martz Smith By: Brigid Martz Smith -
Categories: Blog, CME, Education, Fertility Preservation, Oncofertility
In collaboration with the Oncofertility Consortium, ASRM is now offering a Principles of Fertility Preservation for Reproductive Healthcare Providers Certificate Course.  This project was sprearheaded by Drs. Divya Shah and Wendy Vitek and includes modules such as: Overview of Initial Fertility Preservation Consultation Toxicity of…
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Reprotopia – Reproductive Knowledge for Lifelong Learners

Author image - Lauren Ataman-Millhouse By: Lauren Ataman-Millhouse -
Categories: Blog, Education, Oncofertility
  Have you struggled with how to teach your children or students about reproductive health and puberty? Do you have questions about fertility or menopause? Reprotopia is an online resource that offers a wide range of free, scientifically accurate educational tools for people of all…
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Day 1 Education Sessions

Author image - Lauren Ataman-Millhouse By: Lauren Ataman-Millhouse -
Categories: Blog, Conferences, Education, Meetings, Oncofertility
The first day of the 2017 Oncofertility Conference will consist of a number of education sessions. These smaller, more intimate sessions, will cover a variety of practical oncofertility topics and allow for maximum interaction among attendees. Many of the courses include a combination of lectures, extended…
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Pediatric Oncofertility: A Comprehensive Review

Author image - Brigid Martz Smith By: Brigid Martz Smith -
Categories: Blog, CME, Education
Join the team from Cincinnati Children’s as they discuss the strategies in preserving fertility in pediatric oncology patients and other at-risk children during a live event, Pediatric Oncofertility: A Comprehensive Review.   The multidisciplinary team from Cincinnati Children’s Oncology, Gynecology, and Urology divisions will discuss…
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SaveMyFertility.org is new and improved!

Author image - Brigid Martz Smith By: Brigid Martz Smith -
Categories: Blog, Communication, Education, science
SaveMyFertility.org has been updated to reflect our most recent patient and provider pocket guides.  Check out the new website and download available pocket guides now!   SaveMyFertility.org is an authoritative resource for adult cancer patients and the parents of children with cancer who want to learn more about preserving their fertility before…
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Repropedia: Farewell and Welcome

Author image - Lauren Ataman-Millhouse By: Lauren Ataman-Millhouse -
Categories: Blog, Education, Introductions, Oncofertility
A message from Dr. Teresa Woodruff with some updates about Repropedia: It is with great pleasure and pride that I announce the transition of Alexandra Rashedi, Editor-in-Chief Repropedia from the Woodruff Laboratory to Harvard University where she will begin a Master of Science in Reproductive,…
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Watch the February VGR presented by Teresa Woodruff

Author image - Lauren Ataman-Millhouse By: Lauren Ataman-Millhouse -
Categories: Blog, children, Education, Fertility Preservation, Oncofertility, Virtual Grand Rounds
On Wednesday, February 15, Dr. Teresa Woodruff gave the VGR: Communicating Reproductive Science to a Doubtful World. During the talk, Dr. Woodruff described in detail all of the educational resources developed by the Oncofertility Consortium. Recently, the OC launched its newest website Reprotopia: Reproductive Health Education for…
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Introducing Reprotopia

Author image - Lauren Ataman-Millhouse By: Lauren Ataman-Millhouse -
Categories: Blog, children, Education, Oncofertility, science
The Oncofertility Consortium is proud to announce its latest website Reprotopia: Reproductive Health Education for All. Reprotopia is the one stop shop for all of the Consortium's educational programs. This online resource provides individuals of all ages with authoritative reproductive health education from K to…
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Bioethics Today Series: Ethical concerns raised by “3 person embryos”

Author image - Brigid Martz Smith By: Brigid Martz Smith -
Categories: Blog, Education, ethics, Fertility Preservation
Today we continue our series highlighting reproductive medicine blog posts written by Lisa Campo-Engelstein, PhD, from the Alden March Bioethics Institute at Albany Medical College for BIOETHICS TODAY.  Dr. Campo-Engelstein's main research areas include reproductive ethics (particularly contraception, oncofertility, birth, and embry and parthenote research), gender and medicine, cancer ethics,…
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Bioethics Today Series: The Need for Patient Navigators for Fertility Preservation

Author image - Brigid Martz Smith By: Brigid Martz Smith -
Categories: Blog, Education, ethics, Fertility Preservation
Today we continue our series highlighting reproductive medicine blog posts written by Lisa Campo-Engelstein, PhD, from the Alden March Bioethics Institute at Albany Medical College for BIOETHICS TODAY.  Dr. Campo-Engelstein's main research areas include reproductive ethics (particularly contraception, oncofertility, birth, and embry and parthenote research), gender and medicine, cancer ethics,…
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Bioethics Today Series: The Ethics of Uterus Transplantation

Author image - Brigid Martz Smith By: Brigid Martz Smith -
Categories: Blog, Education, ethics, Fertility Preservation
Today we continue our series highlighting reproductive medicine blog posts written by Lisa Campo-Engelstein, PhD, from the Alden March Bioethics Institute at Albany Medical College for BIOETHICS TODAY.  Dr. Campo-Engelstein's main research areas include reproductive ethics (particularly contraception, oncofertility, birth, and embry and parthenote research), gender and medicine, cancer ethics,…
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Bioethics Today Series: The Ethics of Sperm Freezing for Teenage Boys

Author image - Brigid Martz Smith By: Brigid Martz Smith -
Categories: Blog, Education, ethics, Fertility Preservation
Today we continue our series highlighting reproductive medicine blog posts written by Lisa Campo-Engelstein, PhD, from the Alden March Bioethics Institute at Albany Medical College for BIOETHICS TODAY.  Dr. Campo-Engelstein's main research areas include reproductive ethics (particularly contraception, oncofertility, birth, and embry and parthenote research), gender and medicine, cancer…
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Bioethics Today Series: Insurance Coverage for Oncofertility: Concerns about Socioeconomic Disparities

Author image - Brigid Martz Smith By: Brigid Martz Smith -
Categories: Blog, Education, ethics, Fertility Preservation
Today we continue our series highlighting reproductive medicine blog posts written by Lisa Campo-Engelstein, PhD, from the Alden March Bioethics Institute at Albany Medical College for BIOETHICS TODAY.  Dr. Campo-Engelstein's main research areas include reproductive ethics (particularly contraception, oncofertility, birth, and embry and parthenote research), gender and medicine, cancer…
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April 20th: Live Chat on Fertility Preservation

Author image - Brigid Martz Smith By: Brigid Martz Smith -
Categories: Blog, Education, Fertility Preservation, National Physicians Cooperative, Oncofertility
We are thrilled to announce that our colleagues at Cincinnati Children’s are hosting a live virtual question and answer session on Wednesday, April 20th (6:00-7:00pm CST) to answer questions about fertility preservation in children and adolescents with cancer and blood diseases. During this event, the co-hosts, Holly Hoefgen,…
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Bioethics Today Series: The importance of ART for women in “developing” countries

Author image - Brigid Martz Smith By: Brigid Martz Smith -
Categories: Blog, Education, ethics, Fertility Preservation
Today we continue our series highlighting reproductive medicine blog posts written by Lisa Campo-Engelstein, PhD, from the Alden March Bioethics Institute at Albany Medical College for BIOETHICS TODAY.  Dr. Campo-Engelstein's main research areas include reproductive ethics (particularly contraception, oncofertility, birth, and embry and parthenote research), gender and medicine, cancer…
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Bioethics Today Series: Making her whole: Ovarian tissue transplant for an infertile woman

Author image - Brigid Martz Smith By: Brigid Martz Smith -
Categories: Blog, Education, ethics, Fertility Preservation
Today we continue our series highlighting reproductive medicine blog posts written by Lisa Campo-Engelstein, PhD, from the Alden March Bioethics Institute at Albany Medical College for BIOETHICS TODAY.  Dr. Campo-Engelstein's main research areas include reproductive ethics (particularly contraception, oncofertility, birth, and embry and parthenote research), gender and medicine, cancer…
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Earn a Masters Degree in Reproductive Science and Medicine

Author image - Lauren Ataman-Millhouse By: Lauren Ataman-Millhouse -
Categories: Blog, Education, In the news, Research, science
The Center for Reproductive Science at Northwestern University is proud to announce a new Master of Science in Reproductive Science and Medicine program offered under the direction of Dr. Teresa Woodruff and management of Drs. Francesca Duncan and Elizabeth Sefton! This is an exciting opportunity…
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