PDF icon Oncofertility: Ethical, Legal, Social, and Medical Perspectives TABLE OF CONTENTS

Preface

By Co-editors Teresa K. Woodruff, Laurie Zoloth, Lisa Campo-Engelstein, and Sarah Rodriguez

Part I: The Science and Technology of Oncofertility

  1. Reproductive Health After Cancer by Clarisa Garcia
  2. Designing Follicle-Environment Interactions with Biomaterials by Rachel M. Smith, Teresa K. Woodruff, and Lonnie D. Shea
  3. Gamete Preservation by Susan L. Barrett and Teresa K. Woodruff
  4. To Transplant or Not to Transplant - That is the Question by Sherman J. Silber, Teresa K. Woodurff and Lonnie D. Shea
  5. Clinical Cases in Oncofertility by Laxmi A. Kondapalli, Fanzhen Hong, and Clarisa R. Gracia
  6. Cancer Genetics:  Risks and Mechanisms of Cancer in Women with Inherited Susceptibility to Epithelial Ovarian Cancer by Lee Shulman and Jeffrey Dungan
  7. Protecting and Extending the Fertility Options for Female Wildlife and Endangered Mammals by Pierre Comizzoli, David Wildt, and Nucharin Songsasen  

Part II: Historical and Legal Perspectives

  1. Placing the History of Oncofertility by Sarah Rodriguez  
  2. Medical Hope, Legal Pitfalls: Potential Legal Issues in the Emerging Field of Oncofertility by Gregory Dolin, Dorothy E. Roberts, Teresa K. Woodruff, and Lina M. Rodriguez
  3. Domestic and International Surrogacy Laws: Implications for Cancer Survivors by Kiran Sreenivas and Lisa Campo-Engelstein  
  4. Adoption After Cancer: Adoption Agency Perspectives on the Potential to Parent Post-Cancer by Shauna Gardino, Andrew Russell, and Teresa K. Woodruff

Part III: Clinical and Theoretical Ethics

  1. Ovarian Tissue Cryopreservation and Bioethical Discourse by Christina L.H. Traina
  2. The Lessons of Oncofertility for Assisted Reproduction by Adrienne Asch
  3. Morally Justifying Oncofertility Research by Carolyn McLeod
  4. Ethical Dilemmas in Oncofertility: An Exploration of Three Clinical Scenarios by Clarisa R. Gracia, Jorge J.E. Gracia, and Shasha Chen
  5. Participation in Investigational Fertility Preservation Research: A Feminist Ethics Approach by Michelle L. McGowan
  6. Reproductive “Choice” and Egg Freezing by Angel Petropanagos
  7. The Impact of Infertility: Why ART Should Be a Higher Priority for Women in the Global South  by Amanda Fleetwood and Lisa Campo-Engelstein
  8. Oncofertility and Informed Consent: Addressing Beliefs, Values and Future Decision Making by Felicia Cohn

Part IV: Religious Perspectives

  1. Bioethics and Oncofertility: Arguments and Insights from Religious Traditions by Laurie Zoloth and Alyssa A. Hennings
  2. Sacred Bodies: Considering Resistance to Oncofertility in Muslim Communities by Rumee Ahmed
  3. Unlikely Motherhood in the Qur'an: Oncofertility as Devotion by Ayesha S. Chaudry
  4. Technology and Wholeness: Oncofertility and Catholic Tradition by Paul Lauritzen
  5. Jewish Perspectives on Oncofertility: The Complexities of Tradition by Laurie Zoloth

Part V: Ramifications for Education and Economics

  1. The Oncofertility Saturday Academy: A Paradigm to Expand the Educational Opportunities and Ambitions of High School Girls by Megan Faurot and Teresa K. Woodruff
  2. MyOncofertility.org:  A Web-Based Patient Education Resource Supporting Decision Making Under Severe Emotional and Cognitive Overload by Kemi Jona and Adam Gerber
  3. Anticipating Ovarian Tissue Cryopreservation in the Health-care Marketplace: A Willingness to Pay Assessment by Shauna L. Gardino, Andrew Sfekas, and David Dranove
  4. Perspectives on Oncofertility from Demography and Economics by Rosalind King
  5. For the Sake of Consistency and Fairness: Why Insurance Companies Should Cover Fertility Preservation Treatment for Iatrogenic Infertility by Lisa Campo-Engelstein

Part VI: Repercussions of Oncofertility for Patients and their Families

  1. Health Care Provider Perspectives on Fertility Preservation for Cancer Patients by Caprice A. Knapp and Gwen P. Quinn
  2. Counseling and Consenting Women with Cancer on their Oncofertility Options: A Clinical Perspective by Emily S. Jungheim, Kenneth R. Carson, and Douglas Brown
  3. The Fertility-Related Treatment Choices of Cancer Patients: Cancer-Related Infertility and Family Dynamics by Karrie Ann Synder, May Kyaw Thazin, William B. Pearse, and  Mehwish Moinuddin
  4. Whose Future Is It? Ethical Family Decision Making About Daughters' Treatment in the Oncofertility Context by Marla L. Clayman and Kathleen M. Galvin
  5. Choosing Life when Facing Death: Understanding Fertility Preservation Decision-Making for Cancer Patients by Shauna L. Gardino and Linda L. Emanuel

Part VII. Health Care Provider Stories and Final Thoughts

  1. Discussing Fertility Preservation with Breast Cancer Patients by Jackie S. Jeruss
  2. Warning: Google can be Hazardous to Your Health: Fertility Preservation Is an Important Part of Cancer Care by Jennifer Hirschfield-Cytron
  3. The Role of a Patient Navigator in Fertility Preservation by Jill Scott-Trainer
  4. Judaism and Reproductive Technology by Sherman J. Silber
  5. Reading Between the Lines of Cancer & Fertility: A Provider's Story by Leonard S. Sender
  6. A Rewarding Experience for a Pediatric Urologist by Margarett Shnorhavorian
  7. Final Thoughts by Laurie Zoloth