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Fertility Options (Oncofertility)

Being diagnosed with cancer is one of the most devastating life events a person can face. Infertility and cancer is a very real concern for patients. While recent advances in cancer therapy have given many patients hope and have led to very high survival rates, treatments such as radiation, chemotherapy and surgery may have life-altering implications including ovarian damage and premature menopause – both of which can have significant impact on current and future fertility.

The decision to consider cancer fertility options (Oncofertility) in the face of fertility-threatening cancer treatment is difficult. Decisions regarding the timing of cancer treatment and disposition of the eggs or embryos, should the patient not regain the health needed to carry a pregnancy, are never easy and require the support of family and friends and the expertise of a wide range of health care specialists. Often doctors are focused on saving a patient’s life and are not used to thinking about preserving a patient’s fertility and incorporating fertility preservation (Oncofertility) into her or his care.

At CRH we are committed to providing you the option of fertility preservation and will do so in an open and frank manner. Thanks to significant advances in reproductive medicine, there are technologies now available that can help to preserve fertility avoid infertility prior to undergoing cancer treatment.

Successful parenthood options exist for men and women before, during, and after treatment. Many of these cancer fertility treatment options are available here at CRH (Please contact us for further information on any of the following fertility-preserving options).


  • ­Sperm banking

  • ­Epididymal Sperm Aspiration, freezing and Storage

  • ­Testicular sperm extraction, freezing and Storage


  • ­Radical trachelectomy (removing only the cervix for cervical cancer)

  • ­Egg freezing and Storage

  • ­Embryo Freezing and Storage

  • ­Ovarian transposition. Using laparoscopic techniques, the ovaries can be moved to a position outside of the direct radiation portal with virtually no postoperative complications. Ovarian function is preserved in most patients with successful transposition, especially in patients younger than 40 years. Subsequent intrauterine pregnancy after laparoscopic ovarian transposition has been reported.

Infertility Options During Cancer Treatment


  • ­Gonadotropin agonist therapy

Infertility Post- Cancer Treatment Options


  • ­Testicular sperm extraction


  • ­Assisted reproduction

  • ­Donor oocytes

  • ­Donor Embryos

  • ­Gestational carriers

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Over 25 Years of Success Treating Infertility

Since 1995, we have been an innovator in, IVF, infertility treatment, and genetics care, and have helped thousands of patients worldwide realize their dreams of starting a family.

Adopt Embryos

Why Choose Embryo Adoption

A more private way to adopt

The process of receiving donated embryos is less obvious to the public which allows for more privacy than traditional adoption.

  • Greater degree of privacy
  • Anonymous
  • More control of timing

More convenient than IVF

Some intended parents may choose embryo adoption for its speed and convenience

  • Fewer procedures than IVF
  • No surgical retrieval
  • Fewer medications

More cost-effective

Embryo adoption is a fraction of the cost of traditional adoption and less than the average cost of IVF

  • Lower cost than traditional adoption
  • Lower cost than most IVF options
  • Lower cost medications

Less waiting

The waiting period for embryo adoption can be shorter than that traditional adoption and often quicker than IVF

  • Shorter waiting times
  • Quicker than IVF
  • Fewer clinic visits

Genetic diversity

In some cases, intended parents may wish to have a child who doesn't share their genetic material for medical reasons or personal ones.

  • Avoid passing on a hereditary disease
  • Choice of genetic makeup
  • Increased potential for a healthy baby

High success rates

Compared to IVF with you own eggs and sperm, using donated embryos often has a similar or higher success rate

  • Typically better outcomes

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