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Dr. Francesca Duncan, Executive Director of the Center for Reproductive Science, was recently featured on a BBC podcast called the Naked Scientists where she discussed her recent discoveries in ovarian aging and what determines female fertility.The entire podcast Is Modern Life Affecting Fertility?  can be found here. The entire podcast explores the following questions: Are trends in modern living helping or harming our ability to reproduce? And how do...

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A cancer survivor in the UK recently gave birth to a child using a frozen ovary that was re-implanted after her cancer treatment. The story originally appeared on BBC News. The complete story is below.  A cancer patient from Edinburgh has become the first ...
Karen Dyer, PhD and Gwendolyn Quinn, PhD published their article, Cancer and fertility preservation in Puerto Rico: a qualitative study of healthcare provider perceptions  in Supportive Care in Cancer.  They identified several barriers to FP in Puerto ...
Jacques Donnez and Marie-Madeline Dolmans published their article,  Ovarian cortex transplantation: 60 reported live births brings the success and worldwide expansion of the technique towards routine clinical practice, in the Journal of Assisted ...
Dr. Wendie Berg has developed a new website, Dense Breast-info is an informational resource focused on providing breast density information and education to both patients and health care professionals.  The website is a collaborative effort to help guide ...
Advocating for Your Patient's Fertile Future Oncofertility University  has published their next training course,  Male Oncofertility: Advocating for Your Patient's Fertile Future  which follows their inaugural course,  Female Oncofertlity: ...
CKN is about to launch the first Canadian Oncofertility Database! Lorne Cooper, Founder and CEO of Cancer Knowledge Network (CKN), together with the Canadian Fertility and Andrology Society (CFAS), is launching a database project which tracks all patients ...
Teresa Woodruff was pleased to join Nao Suzuki, Professor St. Marianna University at the 53rd Annual Meeting of the Japan Society of Clinical Oncology in Kyoto Japan. Teresa Woodruff was pleased to join Nao Suzuki, Professor St. Marianna University at the ...
Huffington Post about oncofertility has been translated and is now posted on CancerFightClub in French This is a French copy of an article originally posted on Huffington Post by Emily Drak: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/emily-drake/5-things-you-should ...
We are thrilled to learn about advances from our Japanese Global Partners!  Nao Suzuki, MD and his colleagues at St. Marianna University School of Medicine, have recently published their live births from vitrification.  Their article, Successful fertility ...
Gwendolyn Quinn, PhD and her team from Moffitt Cancer Center in Tampa, Florida have recently published Adoption and Cancer Survivors: Findings From a Learning Activity for Oncology Nurses in Cancer.  In this publication, Quinn outlines the need for a ...

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