Fertility Preservation

Publication Date: April 5, 2018

Key Points

Key Points

The goal of this 2018 pocket guide update is to provide current guidance regarding fertility preservation options for people with cancer anticipating treatment.

Treatment

...atment

...ommendation 1.1People with cancer...


...endation 1.2Health care providers s...


...n 1.3To preserve the full range of options, ferti...


...dult Men

...2.1Sperm cryopreservation: Sperm cryopreserv...

...on 2.2Hormonal gonadoprotection: Hormonal ther...

Recommendation 2.3Other methods to...

...mmendation 2.4Post-chemotherapy: Me...


...dult Women...

...commendation 3.1Embryo cryopreservation: Embry...

...endation 3.2Cryopreservation of unfert...

...mendation 3.3Ovarian transposition: Ovarian...

...commendation 3.4Conservative gynecolog...

...endation 3.5 [Updated]Ovarian suppression: There i...

...ation 3.6 [Updated]Ovarian tissue cryopreserva...


...e of Health Care Providers

...tion 4.1All oncologic health care provider...

...ion 4.2Encourage patients to participate...

...4.3Refer patients who express an inte...

...tion 4.4Refer patients to psychosocial provider...


...Considerations: Children...

...5.1Suggest established methods of fertility prese...