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Treatments for Cancer and Sickle Cell Disease in Boys: Making Sure Their Fertility is Protected - blog post image

Treatments for Cancer and Sickle Cell Disease in Boys: Making Sure Their Fertility is Protected

Recently, scientists discovered that certain treatments for cancer and sickle cell disease destroy the germ cells that eventually go on to develop into sperm in the te...

20 September
Global Framework for Oncofertility Care - blog post image

Global Framework for Oncofertility Care

Interview with FUTuRE FERTILITY Study and G-Force: Global Framework for Oncofertility Care

The Alliance for Fertility Preservation recently had the opportunity to sit and speak with Brigitte Gerstl, the International Program Manager of FUTuRE FERTILITY Study and G-Force: Global Framework for Oncofert...

29 March
Get to Know (and help support) the Fair Access to Fertility Treatment (FAFTA) - blog post image

Get to Know (and help support) the Fair Access to Fertility Treatment (FAFTA)

Risa A Levine is an attorney in private practice in New York City. She serves on the Board of Directors of RESOLVE: The National Infertility Association and advocates on behalf of fertility patients on the state and federal level.

You're 29. You eat organic eggs and salads (mostly), but love your French fries...

19 December
I’m Not Grateful for All of it, but I am Grateful for What I Learned - blog post image

I’m Not Grateful for All of it, but I am Grateful for What I Learned

Jeannine Canino Bieda - My name is Jeannine and I live in the Chicago area with my husband of 9 years. I was diagnosed with breast cancer at 36 with no family history, which changed the course of my life. I decided to share my story via social media to not only help me heal, but to hopefully save a life or two. I have been working...

21 November
Is there a fertility window after cancer treatment? - blog post image

Is there a fertility window after cancer treatment?

Young cancer survivors want to be able to have their own families after cancer treatment. For girls and young women, cancer treatments can cause infertility and early ovarian failure. But for many young survivors, there is be a window of time in which they are still fertile, which we’ll call the “reproductive window”.

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18 November
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