Women and men of reproductive age who have been diagnosed with cancer face many decisions, including concerns regarding their fertility.
Patients are often urged to immediately begin therapy to treat the malignancy. Many life-saving cancer therapies, including chemotherapy and radiation, may reduce or severely limit fertility by destroying sperm or eggs.
We understand these challenges and work one-on-one with our patients to find the most appropriate and timely solutions available to get through these difficult decisions and help ensure that building a family is an option after cancer treatment.
There are many options available for our patients with cancer who want to preserve the ability to conceive. Sperm, eggs, and/or embryos from both male and female cancer patients may be cryopreserved prior to chemotherapy or radiation and used at a later time.