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Cancer and Fertility We were so excited to read that another woman has successfully become pregnant by utilizing her frozen eggs! According to an article published in the Kansas City [...]

In a recent CNN story a best friend becomes a surrogate mother for a woman who could not carry her own baby to term due to medical reasons. The story was so [...]

I’ve been at Fertile Action for a little over two months now, and every time someone asks me about my new job I get super excited. I mean, I don’t [...]

Fertility Preservation: Sperm Donation  By: Andrea Stratton, Client Depositor Services Manager Fertile Future, A California Cryobank Program I had just finished college and was looking forward to the next phase of [...]

Pregnancy and Cancer According to WSOCTV: “Investigators report 75 percent of those who are younger than 35 at the time of their cancer diagnosis say they still want to have [...]

Fertility Preservation Dr. Karine Chung answers some of the most pressing issues concerning cancer and fertility, including both fertility and infertility options. “It is known that chemotherapy, especially medications called [...]

Cancer and Fertility  What fertility preservation options are available for people diagnosed with cancer? Kim Smith, a patient navigator at the Robert H. Lurie Comprehensive Cancer Center of Northwestern University, [...]

Cancer and Fertility Long-Term Research Study. An interview with: Kate Waimey Timmerman, PhD, Program Director, Oncofertility Consortium, Northwestern University What is FIRST Registry?   The FIRST registry is the first long-term study [...]

Cancer Research Update Ovarian cancer is the ninth most common cancer–the most dangerous and deadly part of the cancer comes from stray cells that travel to other parts of the [...]

Breast Cancer Research Recently published in the journal Cancer Research, Swiss scientists have discovered a way to detect breast cancer in the blood stream. According to the article, “They found [...]