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Oncofertility Consortium featured in Chicago Sun-Times article

At 29, Chicago native Tiffany Majors was diagnosed with breast cancer and with that diagnosis, she learned that the treatment which could potentially save her life, could also leave her infertile. Knowing that starting a family was an important goal to her and her husband, Majors banked 6 embryos before beginning her cancer treatment at Northwestern Memorial Hospital. Northwestern University is part of a network of 66 cancer centers known as the Oncofertility Consortium, trying to find new ways to preserve fertility and help cancer doctors refer their patients to reproductive specialists.

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