Miranda Bernhardt

Mouse 2-cell embryo Photo: Miranda Bernhardt

The options available to couples facing infertility are increasing, whether or not a cancer diagnosis is involved.  Assisted reproductive technologies (ARTs), such as in vitro fertilization (IVF), are becoming more and more common, and...

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Tyler Wellington

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A few weeks ago world leaders came together for a meeting at the United Nations building in New York to discuss a whole host of issues facing the global community ranging from the ...

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Congratulations to Ariella Shikanov on receiving the IBNAM-Baxter Early Career Award.  She will investigate a combination of natural and synthetic hydrogels and drug delivery technology to maximize ovarian tissue transplantation.

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Candace Tingen

Next week, October 17, several of our Oncofertility Consortium members will be participating on a panel at the American Society for Bioethics and Humanities conference in Washington, DC. Their panel title is:  "From Lab To Bedside To Patient And Back Again: Gendered Responses To Questions About...

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Oncofertility Summer Research Experience 2009

With support from the federal stimulus package Northwestern received from the National Cancer Institute, two teachers and two undergraduates gained hands-on experience in a working lab devoted to providing new fertility options for cancer...

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The following articles in HemOnc Today and the UAB Reporter are good examples of the public awareness beginning to take shape around fertility preservation.  Take a moment to read the articles, and let us know what you think!

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Oncofertility Consortium

Rachel Smith

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The National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering (NIBIB) has just published a summary of the current oncofertility research in their e-Advances section titled “Building an Artificial...