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A few days ago, we posted a blog about Giuliana Rancic’s personal experiences this year, first...

Oncofertility Consortium

Our undergraduate oncofertility reporter, Meredith Wise, brings us the first of two blogs on Giuliana Rancic and her current experiences with infertility and breast cancer. Mrs. Rancic is using her celebrity to educate the world on these important issues, which gives us all something to reflect...

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A recent blog post in the academic journal, Nature, explores a new...

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Last week I had the pleasure of talking with...

pkt551

As cancer survival rates continue to increase, survivorship quality-of-life issues are also gaining more attention. One of the most debilitating conditions that breast cancer patients experience is called lymphedema. Lymphedama is an accumulation of fluid within parts of the body that is caused...

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We are proud to announce that the International Society for Fertility Preservation newsletter for Fall, 2011 will include an article on the significant work of  Patient Navigators  in this field.  Read the reprint below!

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Cancer and its treatment often impair the...

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Recently there has been a lot of attention brought to the concept of collaboration in academia, specifically in the sciences. Gone are the days (at least in our niche) where disciplines drew a dividing line in the sand – scientists keep to one side of the room, humanities, you go play in the...

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For many women, temporary hair loss during chemotherapy is a very emotional and difficult experience. Hair loss occurs because ...

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Maggie Daley (center front) with Mayor Richard M. Daley, Ann Lurie, a Northwestern trustee and philanthropist, and Steve Rosen, M.D., director of the Lurie Cancer Center and of Cancer Programs at Northwestern...

Oncofertility Consortium

Meredith Wise is a senior at Northwestern University majoring in Pre-med and English. Her interests in women's health and fertility started in high school when she shadowed an infertility specialist. She never thought that fertility would ever become an issue for her young friends but when one,...

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The Oncofertility Consortium and the Hormone Foundation developed fact sheets for men, women, and children to learn about the impact of cancer on their fertility, hormonal management, and fertility options. These fact sheets are available at...

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I’m excited to be writing about the second issue of the Journal of Adolescent and Young Adult Oncology (JAYAO) , the first cancer journal of it’s kind. This second issue is no small feat - many journals come...

Oncofertility Consortium

The Oncofertility Saturday Academy, a national program to educate high school students originated at the Women's Health Science Program, which just received a Presidential Award for excellence in mentoring. Here are the details!

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Latina and African American...

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By Maya M. Harper, M.A.

Every year, 70,000 adolescents and young adults (AYAs) between the ages of 15-40 are diagnosed with cancer. They may experience this diagnosis as a devastating twist of fate that has the potential for derailing their life from its current track. However, with the...

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Earlier this year, I blogged about a young woman and volunteer with...

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November is all about “Movember” for those in the know. If you’ve never heard this term before, it’s about time we caught you up. Every...

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The Cancer Support Community (CSC) was formed in 2009 by the the Wellness Community and...

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I recently sat in on a new fall course offering at Northwestern University, the History of Reproduction, taught by...

pkt551

This is the second part of our interview with Fertile Action, a group that provides financial support for young cancer patients looking to preserve their fertility. Read the first blog on...

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