The National Cancer Institute website offers details about how treatment may impact fertility, as well as options for young women interested in preserving their fertility.
University of South Florida (USF) Health offers Florida’s largest university-based IVF and reproductive endocrinology program committed to offering young adults with cancer with the most current and comprehensive fertility preservation opportunities
Fertility assistance and resources include links to LIVESTRONG Fertility, Fertile Action, MyOncofertility and Save My Fertility.
For men and women seeking to preserve their fertility and reproductive future options, Reprotech offers sperm banking and embryo storage. Reprotech is associated with the University of Illinois at Chicago's Department of Urology, is FDA registered, and is accredited by the American Association of Tissue Banks.
Financial assistance programs for young cancer patients interested in fertility preservation services. Links to LIVESTRONG's Fertility Discount Programs, Verna's Purse, Fertility Within Reach, Ferring\Walgreens h.e.a.r.t.BEAT program, Financial Assistance for Military Personnel and Financial Hardship Assistance offerings.