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Tomorrow, June 27th, we are excited to be hosting Catherine Stika, MD, Associate Professor of Obstetrics & Gynecology at Northwestern University’s Feinberg School of Medicine, for our Virtual Grand Rounds (VGR) at 10 AM CDT, entitled, “Hormonal impact of cancer treatment and management of hormonal symptoms in female cancer survivors.” Dr. Stika will discuss hormonal changes with follicle depletion, menopausal symptoms and their physiological changes, hormonal replacement options, and symptom relief for breast cancer patients. Dr. Stika will also present options for complimentary and alternative medical options to treat hormonal symptoms in cancer survivors. Click HERE to watch Dr. Stika present her Virtual Grand Rounds, tomorrow at 10 AM CDT.

Our LIVE Virtual Grand Rounds provide researchers, clinicians, and others the opportunity to hear emerging research findings in cancer and fertility from anywhere across the globe and participate through a live video chat. Virtual and in-person attendees to the rounds can receive free continuing medical education (CME) credits by following the instructions HERE.  Participants can also receive free CME’s by watching a recorded version of the Virtual Grand Rounds which can be found on our website HERE. To read more about receiving education credits from the Oncofertility Consortium, read about the Oncofertility Online program. In addition, we would love to hear your feedback or any suggestions you may have on topics relevant to cancer and fertility for future Virtual Grand Rounds. Visit our Virtual Grand Rounds webpage to submit your ideas.

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Ota

Hopefully this event will run smoothly and successfully. I'm sure Dr. Stika will present an attractive presentation. Good luck..

aziz

nice article,well write-up,thanks for doing great job by creating awareness and educate people about these issue of health(infertility and cancer.These issue are very serious and by this information they are able to understand the basic symptoms and how to avoid this situation.I appreciated your devotion in medical field.

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