Treatment for Ovarian Cancer May Preserve Fertility

A new study suggests conservative treatment for recurrent ovarian cancer may preserve a woman's fertility, especially if cancer stubbornly returns in the reproductive organ. ... read more »

Cancer Now, Babies Later - Advance Planning Pays Off

Women are surviving cancer in rates higher than ever before and many of them long for babies once cancer is history. As a result, women of childbearing years who have cancer can expect to discuss with their oncologist their plans for children ... read more »

Reversing Damaged Eggs Due to Cancer Treatments

Researchers at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York, have found a way to reverse the damage done to the immature eggs (oocytes) of female mice exposed to radiation. ... read more »

Fertility Increasingly Possible After Childhood Cancer

Improvements in cancer therapy throughout the years have made chemotherapy and radiation treatments less invasive and less destructive than they were a few decades ago. These therapies attack with a vengeance and often leaves the child infertile. ... read more »

Testicular Tissue to Preserve Fertility for Boys with Cancer

An increasingly important aspect of cancer treatment in children is how cancer treatment today affects the child's ability to reproduce as an adult. ... read more »

Promising Pregnancy Outcomes After Childhood Cancer

New research gives hope to countless women who survived childhood cancer and think they cannot have children of their own. ... read more »

Combination Approach for Oncology Infertility Patients

According to a new study from Erlangen University Hospital in Germany suggests a combination approach to improving fertility for oncology patients. ... read more »

Freezing Sperm Before Treatment for Hodgkin's Lymphoma

Men with a Hodgkin's lymphoma who want to have children after cancer treatment stand a better chance of fatherhood if they have their sperm frozen and stored before beginning treatment. ... read more »

Drug During Chemotherapy Spares Fertility

Approximately 25% of breast cancer patients in the United States are younger than 50. The chemotherapy used to treat breast cancer often causes these young women to experience symptoms of menopause. ... read more »

Post-Cancer Ovarian Tissue Transplant Delivers New Hope

Cancer. The word alone strikes fear in just about everyone. When it'sovarian cancer that will surely affect a woman's fertility before shehas the family she wants, there's a great deal of grief and heartachealongside that fear. ... read more »

Ovarian Stimulation Protocols for Onco-Fertility Patients

Researchers from the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia, recently published a study in the Journal of Assisted Reproduction and Genetics on the possible solutions for women facing cancer treatment. ... read more »

New Cancer Drug Can Help Stop Infertility

Though not every cancer survivor becomes infertile, it’s common enough for researcher to construct a new treatment that will hopefully be much gentler and give women a greater chance to convince after going through cancer treatments. ... read more »

Impact of Cancer Treatment in Childhood on Adult Fertility

Medical advances in the treatment of childhood cancers have increased survival rates to about 83%. With eradication of cancer comes a normal lifespan into adulthood when issues like fertility arise. ... read more »

Preserving Fertility Should Become a Priority in Cancer Care

Infertility is one of the most distressing long-term effects of cancer treatments for adolescents and teenagers. ... read more »