In the United States there are approximately 800,000 reproductive-aged men and women who have cancer, many of whom have concerns about their fertility.
After A Divorce, What Happens To A Couple's Frozen Embryos?
Highlights from Fertility and Sterility: Washing Ovarian Follicles Effectively Removes Contaminating Malignant Cells
Ovarian Stimulation for IVF Does Not Increase Risk of Endometrial or Colorectal Cancer: Results from a Nationwide Cohort Study
Use of Contraception and Family Planning Services by Female Cancer Survivors
Whether a Cancer Patient Gets Counseling for Fertility Preservation Relates to her Race, Marital Status, Age, and Diagnosis
Lymphoma Treatment Harms Patients’ Sperm: Most Recover Within Two Years; Degree of Harm Depends on the Treatment
Pre-Menopausal Removal of Ovaries Accelerates Bone Loss and Carotid Artery Thickening in Post-Menopausal Women
Fertility preservation and reproduction in cancer patients
Posthumous collection and use of reproductive tissue
May 2008, Volume 16, Number 2 (PDF, 490K file)
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Effects of cancer treatment on ovarian function
Menopausal Medicine February 2010, Volume 18, Number 1
Hormonal contraception: recent advances and controversies
Mature oocyte cryopreservation: a guideline
Menopausal Medicine October 2010, Volume 18, Number 4
Menopausal Medicine February 2011, Volume 19, Number 1
Breast cancer and fertility preservation
Consumo de tabaco e infertilidad
Stem Cell Research
Menopausal Medicine October 2011, Volume 19, Number 4
Consensus on women’s health aspects of polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS): the Amsterdam ESHRE/ASRM-Sponsored 3rd PCOS Consensus Workshop Group
Executive summary of the Stages of Reproductive Aging Workshop +10: addressing the unfinished agenda of staging reproductive aging
Menopausal Medicine August 2012, Volume 20, Number 3
Endometriosis (Spanish booklet)
Sangrado Uterino Anormal (Abnormal Uterine Bleeding)(2)
Use of preimplantation genetic diagnosis for serious adult onset conditions
Fertility preservation in patients undergoing gonadotoxic therapy or gonadectomy
Ovarian tissue cryopreservation
Can I freeze my eggs to use later if I'm not sick?
Abnormal uterine bleeding-Chinese
Female cancer, cryopreservation, and fertilty
Male cancer, cryopreservation, and fertility
New, Expanded & Revised ICD-9-CM Codes, Effective October 1, 2009
Fertility preservation reimbursement
Coding for Patient Visits to Discuss Fertility Options without Known or Suspected Infertility
Coding for test transfer of embryo catheter in a patient with previous cancer surgery
The Role of Reproductive Surgeons
GnRH Agonist Therapy
Third Party Reproduction
Causes of Male Infertility
2011: Herbert H. Thomas Lecture: Emerging Opportunities in Oncofertility Practice and Research
2011 Plenary Session: SRS Lecture - The Role of Reproductive Surgery in the ART Era
Abnormal Uterine Bleeding
Female Cancers, Cryopreservation, and Fertility
Noncontraceptive Benefits of Birth Control Pills
Premature Ovarian Failure (POF)
The Menopausal Transition (Perimenopause): What Is It?
What Are Fibroids?
The risk of diagnostic hysteroscopy in women with endometrial cancer
08-2013 Case of the Month
SRBT Salary Survey
Does My Age Affect My Fertility?
What is in vitro maturation (IVM)?
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