Preserving Fertility with Cancer Diagnosis: Safe? How to Pay

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The diagnosis of cancer is terrifying. Amidst all the chaos, you need to think of your future fertility. Will you be left infertile? is there something you can do to perserve your option to get pregnant and have a biological child? Is it safe? What should you do? How to afford it? Our guests are Dr. Tessa Cigler, an oncologist at Cornell Medical Center and a Board member and Executive Committee member of the Alliance for Fertility Preservation. We also have Alice Crisci, founder of Fertile Action, a nonprofit with the mission of ensuring that fertile women touched by cancer have the option to preserve their fertility prior to treatment, cancer survivor, and author of Too Young for This. Cancer, Breast cancer, fertility, infertility, chemotherapy, radiation therapy, getting pregnant after cancer.

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