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AFP’s Response to FAFTA and Being an Advocate - blog post image

AFP’s Response to FAFTA and Being an Advocate

Being an advocate takes hard work and dedication.

You need to be committed not just when you feel you’ve had a major accomplishment but especially when you feel like there’s still work that needs to be done.

If you’re in New York and have been following the Fair Access to Fertility Treatment Act (FAFTA), you know that near t...

30 July
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
The Samfund: Scholarship Applications Now Open - blog post image

The Samfund: Scholarship Applications Now Open

The Samfund is a nonprofit organization that provides financial grants to young adult cancer survivors for a wide range of cancer-associated costs, including for reproductive services and for family building.

Family building grants fall into two categories:

  1. Grants to help with the storage of eggs, embryos or sperm for...
08 July
CALL TO ACTION! Support Pending Fertility Preservation Legislation in New York - blog post image

CALL TO ACTION! Support Pending Fertility Preservation Legislation in New York

The primary barrier for cancer patients seeking to preserve their fertility is cost.

Sperm banking, embryo freezing and egg freezing cost thousands of dollars. Because these services are rarely covered by insurance, patients are typically left paying out of pocket in order to access these services. For many, especially while in the mid...

18 May
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