Fertility Preservation for Cancer Patients: Focusing on Survival and Your Life After Cancer

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Receiving a cancer diagnosis can turn your world upside down, but understanding your fertility options from day one can make all the difference. Thanks to earlier detection and improved treatments, survival rates among cancer patients have steadily increased over the past four decades. As a result, the focus has shifted from immediate treatment to life after cancer too, including future family building. Since many cancer treatments can impact your future fertility, it’s important to explore your options. This webinar features, Meghan Curci, Progyny Patient Care Advocate, Jaime Knopman, M.D., Director of Fertility Preservation at CCRM New York and part of Progyny’s Provider Network, Emily Rich, VP of Strategic Planning and Operations at UJA and Progyny member, and Joyce Reinecke, J.D., Executive Director at Alliance for Fertility Preservation. 

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