Syndicate content


Your Dietitian

Registered Dietitians (RDs) working in oncology practice settings, also called oncology nutritionists, are skilled, competent, and knowledgable in how to provide safe and effective nutrition care across the cancer continuum (prevention, treatment, and survivorship). 

A RD may discuss with patients:

Your Nurse Practitioner

Nurse practitioners (NPs) are the largest subgroup of advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs) who provide care to male and female patients throughout life- from premature newborns to the elderly. NPs are registered nurses with additional education, often including a master's degree. Many NPs provide specialty care in areas such as oncology and womens health. In fact, NPs are essential providers of sexual and reproductive health services in the United States.

2014 Oncofertility Conference

September 22, 2014 (All day) - September 23, 2014 (All day)

Your Fertility Preservation Health Care Team: Hematologist

If you have been diagnosed with a hematologic condition, such as sickle cell disease, autoimmune thrombocytopenia, aplastic anemia, or thalassemia you may want to discuss the chance that your hematologic treatment may affect your fertility with your hematologist.

Your Oncofertility Health Care Team: Pediatric Oncologist

Who Are Pediatric Oncologists?

What do Pediatric Oncologists do?

5 Questions to Ask Your Child's Pediatric Oncologist About Future Fertility

Who Are Pediatric Oncologists?

Pediatric oncologists are medical doctors who specialize in the care and treatment of children diagnosed with cancer. They have had:

The Oncofertility Health Care Team: Reproductive Endocrinologist

Reproductive endocrinologists (REI) are highly trained and qualified obstetrician-gynecologists with special training in fertility and reproductive health. REIs treat reproductive disorders that affect patients of all ages and play a crucial role in fertility preservation among newly diagnosed cancer patients.