Leslie R. Schover, PhD is Professor of Behavioral Science at the University of Texas, MD Anderson Cancer Center. She is a clinical psychologist who received her BA in psychology from Brown University in 1974 and her PhD in psychology from UCLA in 1979. She has been a pioneer in developing and evaluating reproductive health services for cancer patients and survivors. Her research has focused on helping cancer patients cope with the impact of treatment on fertility and on understanding, preventing, and treating cancer-related sexual dysfunction in men and women Recent projects have focused on interventions using multimedia, interactive platforms or peer counseling. Her interest in AFP comes from a desire to ensure that all patients at risk for infertility are offered an informed choice about fertility preservation, and to see that people who want to be parents after cancer receive emotional and practical support.