The Oncofertility Consortium is committed to ensuring that you, cancer patients and survivors, receive critical information about your reproductive health in a timely manner. To support this, we have produced an online enterprise to you, your parents, and your partners about their reproductive options.
SaveMyFertility.org is an authoritative resource for cancer patients and the parents of children with cancer who want to learn more about preserving their fertility before and during cancer treatment, and protecting their hormonal health aftertreatment. The website has printable information available for download in English and Spanish.
The Oncofertility Consortium developed a mobile application, called iSaveFertility, compatible with the iPhone to disseminate oncofertility information. This app offers patients, parents, and partners with the ability to view educational pocket guides about fertility preservation for women, men, and children on their smart phones and email PDF fact sheets in English or Spanish.
The Fertility Preservation Patient Navigator website was developed to provide information to patients regarding fertility preservation using an interactive patient decision tool, stories of patients who underwent fertility preservation prior to cancer treatment, and animated tutorials about fertility preservation procedures.
Use the decision tool to be guided through the key factors that are considered when making decisions about fertility preservation, such as sex, pubertal status, and disease stage.
MyOncofertility.org is an interactive patient education resource that provides information in both English and Spanish, for patients and their parents and partners whose fertility may have or will be impaired by treatment for a disease. Find answers to cancer-related fertility questions, guidance for talking to physicians about fertility concerns, and assistance in finding a local fertility preservation specialist. Read MyOncofertility.org materials in other languages! Now available in Spanish and Italian.
A Guide for Parents of Young Girls provides parents with information and talking points to use on their young girls whose future fertility may be impacted by her disease or treatment. It outlines available options and fertility information and options in easy to understand language and images.