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AFP Statement After the Overturn of Roe v. Wade

6/24/22

The Alliance for Fertility Preservation affirms its commitment to provide fertility preservation resources and to advocate for access to services for our patients during this challenging time.

MedPage Today

6/24/21

Fighting Cancer at the Cost of Future Parenthood — Access to fertility preservation services is key for those facing treatment-induced infertility

“You will never be a mom.”

These were not the words that were said, of course, but these were the words I heard.

It was 1998, a lifetime ago, and still the shock reverberates through my body. My moderately charmed, mostly on-track life was in free fall from my cancer diagnosis.

The 19th*

5/13/21

‘A bigger hit than the cancer itself’: How some states are working to help cancer patients with infertility

A bill in Texas has stalled, but this year Utah joined other states that have tried to make procedures including egg, embryo and sperm freezing more accessible to those getting treatment.

Huffington Post

6/07/18

Cancer Patients Pay Thousands To Save Their Fertility. New Laws Aim To Change That.

As a way to fix this oversight, fertility advocates like the Alliance for Fertility Preservation and the group that it co-founded, the Coalition to Protect Parenthood After Cancer, have begun lobbying state legislatures…

The Salt Lake Tribune

2/12/21

This bill would help some Utah cancer patients preserve their fertility

Rep. Ray Ward’s son was in 10th grade when he started to not feel well. One day, Ward said, he felt a lump “the size of a potato” in his son’s abdomen, and a doctor told them that he had cancer.

Now, about a decade later, his son is healthy and doing well, “and we’re very thankful for that,” Ward told other legislators Thursday.

Ulman Foundation Press Release

5/15/18

Governor Hogan Signs Legislation Making Fertility Preservation Affordable for Young Adult Cancer Patients

Young cancer patients have already suffered enough, and they deserve the chance at a full and complete future after cancer. This coverage protects that chance.” – Joyce Reinecke, Executive Director of the Alliance for Fertility Preservation…

New York Press Release

Families, Advocates Praise Passage of IVF & Fertility Preservation Insurance Reforms in NY State Budget

Ensuring this coverage will allow newly diagnosed New Yorkers to focus on their cancer treatment, while knowing that their ability to one day have a family is being valued and protected,” said Joyce Reinecke, Executive Director of the Alliance for Fertility Preservation…

The Baltimore Sun

4/13/18

Maryland lawmakers pass legislation to help preserve the fertility of cancer patients

“We really believe it is medically necessary for patients and we think insurers should be obligated to cover it,” Reinecke said.

The Advocate, Baton Rouge, LA

4/05/18

Letters: Support Stokes’ cancer bill

For the past two years Critical Mass: The Young Adult Cancer Alliance has been working state-by-state with advocates and organizations like the Alliance for Fertility Preservation…

ASCO Guidelines Update

4/05/18

Fertility Preservation in Patients With Cancer: ASCO Clinical Practice Guideline Update

Kutluk Oktay, Brittany E. Harvey, Ann H. Partridge, Gwendolyn P. QuinnJoyce Reinecke, Hugh S. Taylor, W. Hamish Wallace, Erica T. Wang, and Alison W. Loren

CURE Magazine

4/03/18

Bizarre Coincidence Sparks Oncofertility Conversations

“Increases in survivorship have driven a focus toward quality of life and late effects … and forced the oncology community to look at what is going to happen long term,” Joyce Reinecke, J.D., Executive Director of the Alliance for Fertility Preservation

St. Jude Children’s Research Center Hospital’s LTFU

Autumn 2017

A Vocation to Help Survivors Preserve Fertility. (n.d.). LTFU Update, Autumn 2017, 5

Joyce was recently interviewed for St. Jude Children’s Research Center Hospital’s LTFU (Long-Term Follow-Up Study) Update newsletter in an article entitled, “A Vocation to Help Survivors Preserve Fertility”.