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Male Oncofertility: Advocating for Your Patient's Fertile Future trains oncology professionals on the complex nature of fertility risk, fertility preservation and parenthood options, as well as, experimental treatments and handling the delicate nature of the conversation with boys, teens and young men. Using short video lectures with interviews of national experts, documentary style story-telling and supplemental materials, participants will walk away a passionate and knowledgeable oncofertility patient advocate - improving their patient's quality of life.
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|Section 1: The Impact of Cancer Treatment on Sperm Production|
This lecture and the supplemental materials will assist you in becoming an internal oncofertility advocate for all newly diagnosed cancer patients.
|Quiz 1||8 questions|
Please complete this short quiz to assess your knowledge of this section.
|Section 2: Sperm Banking|
This presentation includes a summary of all lecture two content in a Q&A format.
|Quiz 2||9 questions|
Please take this short quiz to measure your knowledge of this section.
Lecture 3 Assessment - Sperm Extraction
|Section 3: Testicular Tissue Freezing|
Testicular Tissue Freezing
Lecture 4 Assessment - Testicular Tissue Freezing
|Section 4: Handling the Conversation|
Handling The Conversation
Lecture 5 - Handling the Conversation
|Section 5: Path to Parenthood|
Path to Parenthood
Lecture 6 Assessment - Path to Parenthood
Alice Crisci is a young adult breast cancer survivor, oncofertility patient advocate, clinical educator and mother to a fertility preservation miracle. She educates clinicians, patients and legislators throughout the United States on the often complicated path survivors face on their journey from cancer to parenthood. She froze 14 embryos when she was diagnosed with cancer at 31-years-old and heard her son's heartbeat on her 5-year cancerversary. She dedicates her philanthropic time to empowering others to preserve their chance at parenthood when facing cancer.