Part I Fertility Risks for Cancer Patients 1 Gonadotoxicity of Cancer Therapies in Pediatric and Reproductive-Age Females Jennifer Levine 2 Gonadotoxicity of Cancer Therapies in Pediatric and Reproductive-Age Males Jill P. Ginsberg Part II Options for Preserving Fertility 3 Fertility Preservation in Males Robert Brannigan 4 Embryo and Oocyte Banking Lynn M. Westphal and Jamie A.M. Massie 5 Ovarian Tissue Cryopreservation and Transplantation Laxmi Kondapalli, MD, MS 6 The Role of In Vitro Maturation in Fertility Preservation Peter S. Uzelac, Greg L. Christiansen, and Steven T. Nakajima 7 Mitigating the Risk: The Role of Ovarian Transposition and Medical Suppression Jaime M. Knopman and Nicole Noyes Part III: Care of the Oncofertility Patient 8 The Birds and the Bees and the Bank: Talking With Families About Future Fertility Amidst a Cancer Diagnosis Gwendolyn P. Quinn, Caprice A. Knapp, and Devin Murphy 9 Addressing the Three Most Frequently Asked Questions of a Bioethicist in an Oncofertility Setting Lisa Campo-Engelstein 10 Pregnancy in Cancer Patients and Survivors Eileen Wang 11 Communication Between Oncofertility Providers and Patients Jennifer Mersereau Part IV Oncofertility in Clinical Practice 12 Setting up an Oncofertility Program H. Irene Su, Lindsay Ray, and R. Jeffery Chang 13 Patient Navigation and Coordination of Care for the Oncofertility Patient: A Practical Guide Kristin Smith, Brenda Efymow, and Clarisa Gracia 14 Preparing an Interdisciplinary Workforce in Oncofertility - A suggested educational and research training program Christos Coutifaris Part V Clinical Cases in Oncofertility and Resources 15 Clinical Cases in Oncofertility 16 Appendices
Oncofertility is a specialty that bridges the disciplines of reproductive endocrinology and infertility and oncology, with the goal of expanding the reproductive options of cancer patients. Given fertility risks associated with specific cancer treatments, as well as the improved long-term survival made possible by these therapies, there has been growing interest in expanding reproductive options for cancer patients. Indeed, both cancer survivors and the medical community have acknowledged the importance of patient counseling and the pursuit of fertility preservation options prior to starting cancer treatment.
Oncofertility Medical Practice: Clinical Issues and Implementation is the third in a series of timely and indispensable books on fertility preservation for cancer patients-the first one focused on advances in basic science research and the second one offered ethical, legal, and social perspectives on the theme. This book elucidates the latest practices and emerging treatments in oncofertility and provides necessary information on the successes, risks, and limitations of fertility preserving technologies. Authoritative and insightful, written by an impressive multi-disciplinary cadre of specialists, this book is a valuable up-to-date resource for all those practicing in this demanding field.
"This excellent text is an invaluable resource and a "must read" for clinicians and researchers interested in Oncofertility. The editors and authors need to be congratulated for their fine work." Roger A. Lobo, MD, Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Columbia University and Past President of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine
Provides cutting-edge information on current practices and new developments Includes clinical cases for engaging high-yield learning Written by the most well respected world leaders in the field of oncofertility Includes a valuable section on how to set up an oncofertility practice Incorporates best practices from the experience of the National Physician Cooperative