NCCN Guidelines for Patients
: Caring for Adolescents and Young Adults
Part 10: Resources
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American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO)
What to Know: ASCO’s Guideline on Fertility Preservation
Fertile Hope is a LIVESTRONG initiative dedicated
to providing reproductive information, support, and
hope to cancer patients and survivors whose medical
treatments present the risk of infertility. Useful
Fertility Resource Guide
– A searchable
database of doctors and services, including
reproductive endocrinologists, sperm banks,
financial assistance, adoption agencies, and legal
– An overview of the
insurance issues involved in fertility preservation
and treatment, including links to additional
– Calculators for identifying
potential fertility preservation techniques based on
your gender, age, treatment stage, and the type of
treatment you’re receiving.
– Risk calculators that can help
you figure out if your disease, or its treatment, will
make it difficult for you to have children.
Sharing Hope Financial Assistance Program
– Sharing Hope has worked with companies
and clinics to arrange for discounted services
and donated medications for eligible female
cancer patients. The page includes a searchable
database for finding providers in your area.
Patient education resource provided by the
The Oncofertility Consortium
Research group dedicated to exploring the
relationships between health, disease, survivorship,
and fertility preservation in young cancer patients. Site
includes information on fertility options and a map of
oncofertility centers across the U.S.
Lindsay Beck, Kutluck H. Oktay, & Joyce Dillon Reinecke.
100 Questions & Answers About Cancer and Fertility.
Sudbury, MA: Jones and Bartlett Publishers, 2008.