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We are excited to announce the publication of the 6th oncofertility book: Fertility Preservation and Restoration for Patients with Complex Medical Conditions. This boook provides a unique, comprehensive guide to preservation and restoration options for patients with challenging existing medical conditionsThe book is now available for online purchase or download. Congratulations to all of our colleagues who contributed to this book. The book has been published in these formats:•        ...

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The new and improved Oncofertility Consortium logos are now available online. Clinicians and researchers can now download them to use on brochures, presentations, and more! Download the logos. English Not sex-specific News Article Not age-specific 2 ...
The documentary, " A Roadmap for the Future: Inquiry, Discourse, and Innovation in the Oncofertility Consortium," has been released to the public. The short film first premiered at the Gala dinner of the 2011 Oncofertility Consortium Conference ...
A recent article, " Acute Ovarian Failure Underestimages Age-Specific Reproductive Impairment for Young Women Undergoing Chemotherapy for Cancer," examined the reproductive impairment rates of young cancer survivors, using participants in the ...
Jennifer Hirshfeld-Cytron, PhD, Clarisa Gracia, PhD and Teresa K. Woodruff, PhD authored a new article in the Journal of Women's Health. The Oncofertility Consortium members review several fertility-threatening conditions and treatments and discuss ...
Sara Rodriguez, PhD and Lisa Campo Engelstein, PhD explore the idea of wholeness in relation to ovarian transplantation. Historically, scholars have focused on the idea of the recipient taking on the donors identity; however through case studies, the ...
Although educational materials provide a potentially effective method to convey critical information, the distribution of educational materials about fertility preservation is undocumented. Oncofertility researchers sought to determine the prevalence of ...
Karrie Ann Snyder and William Pearse discuss the information gap that still persists between patients and their health care teams in regard to fertility preservation. They argue that strategies need to be developed that will facilitate the integration of ...
New cryopreservation research published in Human Reproduction indicates advantages in vitrification over slow-freezing on the later ability of ovarian follicles to grow in vitro. The paper, by oncofertility researchers, Alison Ting, Richard Yeoman, ...
At Oregon Health and Science University in Portland, researchers are testing a compound called sphingosine-1-phosphate (S1P), a naturally occurring molecule which has been shown to prevent germ cell death in mice receiving radiation therapy and ...
Article in Human Reproduction Update translated into Chinese In 2010, members of the oncofertility community joined together discuss the past, present, and future of ovarian tissue research. This meeting resulted in the publication, " Current ...

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