Research and Translational Medicine
Meeting the Needs of Cancer Patients and Survivors
November 14-16, 2017
The Oncofertility Consortium hosts an Annual Oncofertility Conference which attracts over 200 members of the oncofertility community and is a place where new ideas for research projects develop, networks of clinical care converge, and the interdisciplinary community of oncologists, reproductive endocrinologists, research scientists and patients participate in this cutting edge field.
The agenda for the 2017 meeting, Research and Translational Medicine: Meeting the Needs of Cancer Patients and Survivors, highlights three contemporary topics in the field of oncofertility: pregnancy & cancer, sexual health, and quality of life issues. The meeting consists of a full-day of education, lab-courses, and breakout sessions, followed by two more days of traditional lectures, poster sessions, and networking events. Check back often as this page will be updated as plans are finalized.
The 2017 Oncofertility Conference is funded by the NIH (grants 5R13HD063248 and P50HD076188) and a generous donation from the Robert H. Lurie Comprehensive Cancer Center of Northwestern University and Northwestern University President Morton Schapiro.
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