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Rebecca H. Johnson and Leah Kroon

that cancer treatments pose to fertility, and that they refer interested patients for appropriate fertility preservation. All patients of reproductive age who will receive therapy that is potentially gonadotoxic are considered candidates for fertility

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Adrienne G. Waks and Ann H. Partridge

in women of child-bearing age with breast cancer Outline both the established and emerging techniques for fertility preservation Review the barriers in fertility preservation and available data on the safety of pregnancy in breast cancer survivors

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Gwendolyn P. Quinn, Susan T. Vadaparampil, Clement K. Gwede, Joyce D. Reinecke, Tina M. Mason and Celso Silva

that may preserve the ability to have biological children in the future. Fertility Preservation Options Although the physiologic impact on the patient's fertility may be inevitable, the practical outcome—the ability to later have biological

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John M. Salsman, Betina Yanez, Kristin N. Smith, Jennifer L. Beaumont, Mallory A. Snyder, Khouri Barnes and Marla L. Clayman

making decisions about fertility preservation. 4 The American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM), 5 ASCO, 6 , 7 and NCCN 8 have each established national guidelines to enhance provider adherence and facilitate patient and provider discussions

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Peter F. Coccia, Alberto S. Pappo, Jessica Altman, Smita Bhatia, Scott C. Borinstein, Joseph Flynn, A. Lindsay Frazier, Suzanne George, Robert Goldsby, Robert Hayashi, Mary S. Huang, Rebecca H. Johnson, Lynda Kwon Beaupin, Michael P. Link, Kevin C. Oeffinger, Kathleen M. Orr, Damon Reed, Holly L. Spraker, Deborah A. Thomas, Margaret von Mehren, Daniel S. Wechsler, Kimberly F. Whelan, Brad Zebrack, Dorothy A. Shead and Hema Sundar

developing infertility ( http://www.fertilehope.org/tool-bar/risk-calculator.cfm ). Fertility Preservation Fertility preservation is an issue of crucial importance in AYA patients with cancer and should be an essential part in the management of their

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Peter F. Coccia, Jessica Altman, Smita Bhatia, Scott C. Borinstein, Joseph Flynn, Suzanne George, Robert Goldsby, Robert Hayashi, Mary S. Huang, Rebecca H. Johnson, Lynda Kwon Beaupin, Michael P. Link, Kevin C. Oeffinger, Kathleen M. Orr, Alberto S. Pappo, Damon Reed, Holly L. Spraker, Deborah A. Thomas, Margaret von Mehren, Daniel S. Wechsler, Kimberly F. Whelan, Bradley J. Zebrack, Hema Sundar and Dorothy A. Shead

fertility preservation, and genetic and familial risk assessment (within 2 months after the start of therapy). Age-Appropriate Care: Pediatric Versus Adult Cancer Centers AYA patients with cancer can be treated at either pediatric or adult cancer

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Marla L. Clayman, Maya M. Harper, Gwendolyn P. Quinn, Joyce Reinecke and Shivani Shah

Increasing interest has recently been shown in quality-of-life issues for cancer survivors, including fertility preservation (FP). 1 - 12 Following the publication of the American Society of Reproductive Medicine’s guidelines on FP, 13 in 2006

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Joleen M. Hubbard and Axel Grothey

children and the clinical situation, potential risk for toxicity and fertility preservation options, including sperm banking for men and oocyte/embryo cryopreservation for women, should be discussed with all AYA patients. 40 Survival and Prognosis

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Heather Bowers, Kerri Susko, Aniket Saha and Elizabeth Cull

Background: Adolescent and young adult (AYA) oncology patients have a distinctive set of needs that are often not addressed by primary providers in busy clinical practices. Genetic counseling, fertility preservation, clinical trial enrollment, and

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William J. a b c MB, ChB Peng Yingwei a b PhD Booth Christopher M. a b c MD 3 2016 14 14 3 3 291 291 298 298 0140291 10.6004/jnccn.2016.0034 Documentation of Fertility Preservation Discussions for Young Adults With Cancer: Examining