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In this section you will find educational information and access to resources that support cancer patients and survivors whose fertility may be at risk due to a cancer diagnosis and/or its treatment.
Overview The recommendations identified here were developed based on an internal analysis of the Livestrong Fertility Centers of Excellence program, a review of the scientific literature on read more
Livestrong offers the following suggestions, clinical tools and resources to help fertility centers provide cancer patients with information about preservation, family-building opt read more
You may be wondering if your insurance will pay for fertility preservation procedures. Unfortunately, this is a new niche in medicine and therefore, coverage is limited. read more
Livestrong Fertility provides reproductive information, resources and financial support if cancer and its treatment present risks to your fertility.
This tool is a comprehensive listing of fertility preservation services AND post-treatment family building resources such as egg donor and surrogacy agencies, and adoption and ART attorneys. Fertility
The Alliance for Fertility Preservation is an organization that provides information for cancer patients seeking fertility resources. They provide financial and legal information and they help locate
I became a survivor when I was diagnosed in June 1995. read more
I became a cancer survivor on November 12, 1997 when I was diagnosed with rectal cancer. read more
When I was first diagnosed, my mom and parents were worried about me having kids and the toxicity from the treatments making me sterile, so before my treatments began I went to a sperm bank. read more
My dad taught me a lot. Because of him, I’m a passionate sports fan. I was wrapped in a Cubs blanket when I was born — remnants of his…Continue reading on Livestrong Voices »
Wendy, cervical cancer survivor and her daughter, EmilieSome cancer treatments such as chemotherapy and radiation can cause infertility. The risk of infertility is an important topic to discuss after
– by Laurel MayContinue reading on Livestrong Voices »
KEY POINTS: Since 2004, the Livestrong Fertility program has helped more than 10,700 cancer patients and survivors save a total of more than $50 million. Each year 70,000 adolescent and young adult
AUSTIN, Texas – July 7, 2016 – Livestrong Fertility is dedicated to providing reproductive information, resources and financial support to survivors whose cancer and its treatment present risks to
This infographic presents the impact of the Livestrong Fertility Discount Program in 2015 including the number of people served and money saved.
This infographic provides an overview of the Livestrong Fertility program in 2013. Highlights from the infographic include the number of individuals who received discounted fertility preservation
This infographic shows who benefited from Livestrong's Fertility Discount Program and how they benefited in 2014. The study includes gender, marital status, geographic area, preservation options and