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Fertility Preservation

Cancer treatment may make it difficult or impossible to conceive a pregnancy later. Before starting any cancer therapy, talk with your oncologist about whether it could affect your reproductive health and fertility.

coupleFertility preservation before cancer treatment helps protect your future ability to conceive a pregnancy. If you already had cancer therapy, infertility treatments may be appropriate.

It’s good to understand your options, even if you are undecided about becoming a parent after treatment ends.

Cancer-Related Fertility Care

Our reproductive endocrinologists are experts in assisted reproductive methods. They will explain your options, guide and support you through fertility preservation or infertility treatment.

These providers have agreed to schedule immediate consultations with our cancer patients. Your cancer navigator can also help with scheduling.

Honored for Cancer Expertise

The American College of Surgeons' Commission on Cancer awarded Abington's program the  Outstanding Achievement Award in 2012 and 2015, one of only eight programs nationwide to earn this award two survey cycles in a row.

CoC Outstanding Achievement Award 2012

CoC Outstanding Achievement Award 2015