Oncofertility Consortium

By Cathryn Smeyers

When female childhood cancer survivors grow up, are they more likely to experience an earlier onset of menopause?  If so, what are the risk factors associated with early menopause?  These were the questions asked by researchers at the French public hospital organization (AP-HP),...

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This Thursday, the Oncofertility Consortium is happy to host a Virtual Grand Rounds with two clinician-researchers from the Chicago area, Jennifer Hirshfeld-Cytron, MD, and Mary Ellen Pavone, MD. Drs. Hirshfeld-Cytron and Pavone are both Assistant Professors in the departments of Obstetrics and...

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There are more than 400,000 female cancer survivors below age 40 in the United States today, due primarily to the relatively large number of young women who are diagnosed with, and beat, breast cancer. Approximately 70% of breast cancers are identified as estrogen receptor-positive (ER-positive),...

Oncofertility Consortium

By Yogesh Makanji

In an Australian first, Monash IVF specialists reported achieving pregnancy in a 43-year-old woman after transplanting her cryopreserved ovarian tissue. Professor Gab Kovacs, Director of Monash IVF, Melbourne Australia, reported that his team had restored fertility in a woman by...