Detailed information on fertility, cancer & your options
Fertile Future: Cancer and Fertility, a guide for young adults
Click HERE for information on how cancer treatments can affect fertility, options for men and women before treatment begins, and fertility options for cancer survivors.
Canadian Cancer Society: Fertility Problems
Click HERE for more detailed information on how treatments can cause infertility, and what fertility options men and women may have access to.
UHN: Fertility preservation for men starting cancer treatment
Click HERE for the Princess Margaret Cancer Centre pamphlet outlining men’s options prior to treatment, what to expect at the fertility clinic, and costs.
uhn: fertility preservation for women starting cancer treatment
Click HERE for the Princess Margaret Cancer Centre pamphlet outlining women’s options prior to treatment, what to expect at the fertility clinic, and costs.
oncofertility clinics & financial support
Cancer knowledge network: Oncofertility referral network
Click HERE to access this Canada-wide platform that links patients, physicians, and fertility clinics - helps provide timely fertility options for patients dealing with cancer.
mount sinai fertility referral information
Currently, the wait time for an initial fertility consultation is 2-3 months. However, oncology referrals are seen on an urgent basis, typically within 24-48 hours. Click HERE to learn more about being referred to Mount Sinai’s Fertility care.
The Power of Hope: cost reduction program
Click HERE to learn more about Fertile Future’s multi-dimensional plan that offers financial assistance to qualifying cancer patients. This program can provide a substantial reduction in the overall cost required to pursue fertility preservation treatment. Note: fertility preservation has to be pursued prior to cancer treatments to quality for financial support.
Support is available for women and men, at centres across Canada.