There are a number of ways you can get involved with the Oncofertility Consortium and join our effort towards exploring and expanding the options for the reproductive future of cancer survivors.
Oncofertility Virtual Grand Rounds
These meetings provide opportunities for the international network of collaborators (oncologists, reproductive specialists, social scientists, etc) to hear about the most recent advances in our discipline. The meetings are hosted in a webinar manner and you can connect to this event from your desktop computer.Please visit the link that follows to access previous Virtual Grand Rounds presentations:
Annual Oncofertility Conference
Our annual conference is an opportunity for leading researchers and healthcare providers to come together to learn about recent developments and share new ideas. Held in Chicago at the Northwestern University campus, this event is an exicting opportunity for those interested in learning more about the Oncofertility Consortium. Visit the link below to access information about this event.
This blog provides current information about the general topic of oncofertility. Please bookmark our blog using your favorite RSS feed. Visit the link below to access the blog:
National Fertility Hotline
This hotline is staffed with professionals who can help you, your nurse, or the patient talk through the various options for fertility management. The provider or patient can be referred to one of the 60 national Oncofertility sites for rapid assessment and care and then be returned to your care as rapidly as possible. Please feel free to call the number anytime you have questions about fertility management.
This website resource provides an interactive didactic environment for patients, parents or partners to learn about advanced fertility management technologies and provides answers to common questions about their cancer and fertility threat. Most of our providers fuve this website information to their young patients and we find a high amount of traffic on the site in the middle of the night, domestically. Our sites offers information, animations, and video testimonials to help patients understand normal fertility and how cancer treatment impacts future fertility.