Are you prepared to discuss fertility preservation with your patients?
Addressing Barriers to Fertility Preservation for Cancer Patients: The Role of Oncofertility Patient Navigation
Caroline S. Dorfman, PhD, Juliann M. Stalls, PhD, Coleman Mills, MA, Shannon Voelkel, BS, Mallori Thompson, MA, Kelly S. Acharya, MD, Karen C. Baker, MD, Lars M. Wagner, MD, Nolan Miller, MHA, Amy Boswell, MSN, Cheyenne Corbett, PhD
The authors discuss key strategies to address the multilevel barriers to fertility preservation for oncology patients.
When the Clock Is Ticking: The Importance of Fertility Preservation for Adolescent and Young Adult Patients with Cancer
Amid the anguish of a cancer diagnosis, childbearing may be far from a patient’s mind. However, fertility preservation is an important consideration, which providers must be prepared to discuss.
Proceedings from key sessions from an AONN+ conference are presented in this CEU activity.
Fertility preservation is a time-sensitive and logistic-heavy process. Are you having the right conversations with your patients?
A breast cancer diagnosis can be difficult for women of any age, but young women can have unique needs that make this experience more complex.
Pregnancy planning and fertility preservation are important considerations in younger women who are cancer survivors.
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