LIVESTRONG Fertility: Know Your Options

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LIVESTRONG Fertility: Know Your Options

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Tuesday, March 29, 2016 - 7:00am

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We believe in life.
Your life.
We believe in living every minute of it with every ounce of your being.
And that you must not let cancer take control of it.

The LIVESTRONG Fertility program embodies this aspect of our manifesto by ensuring that cancer doesn’t get to decide whether you have a family after treatment – YOU do. LIVESTRONG Fertility is dedicated to providing educational information and access to resources that support cancer patients and survivors whose cancer and its treatment present risks to their fertility.

Looking for more information about the impact of a cancer diagnosis on your fertility? The Fertility Risk Tool provides information about the potential risks to fertility based on gender, cancer and treatment type. The Family-Building Options Tool complements the Risk Tool by providing more information about which family-building options may be right for you based on treatment type and stage. Please note that while this information may be helpful, you should always consult with your healthcare team about medical decisions. Here’s a helpful article on how to communicate with your doctor!

If you’re ready to preserve but are in need of financial assistance, call LIVESTRONG Fertility at 855-220-7777 or complete an online application to receive up to 25% off of preservation services at a clinic near you. In addition to the discount, LIVESTRONG Fertility also provides free medications required for women to preserve through a partnership with EMD Serono.

Questions? Call us at 855-220-7777 to connect with a LIVESTRONG Navigator today!

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