Oncofertiliy and Fertility Preservation Symposium


About

The Oncofertiliy and Fertility Preservation Symposium is designed to describe the latest scientific advances in oncofertility and fertility preservation. We will review the reproductive risks of cancer therapies, and the various options to help survivors build a family after treatment with fertility altering therapies. Presentations will cover current and updated guidelines in male and female cancer survivors as well as the most current strategies for non-oncologic fertility preservation.

Who Should Attend:

Oncology Providers, Radiation Oncologists, REi’s, Endocrinologists, Urologists, Rheumatologists, Primary Care Providers, Nurses and Social Workers.

Learning Objectives:

As a result of participation in this activity, participants will be able to:

  • Describe the basic scientific advances in oncofertility and fertility preservation
  • Bring attention to reproductive risks of cancer therapy and options to help survivors build a family after treatment
  • Provide the costs, access too, utilization, and resources to support those seeking oncofertility and fertility preservation services.

For more information, visit https://fertilitypreservation.cme.ufl.edu/


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