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Fertility Preservation

Aims and Objectives

Aim: Develop and promote best practice in the
reproductive care of people with cancer and any condition that carries risk to fertility

Key objectives:
• to improve patient care
• information provision, including online resources
• education and training – multidisciplinary including fertility specialists and oncologists
• guidance and policy – to contribute locally and nationally
• improve awareness of fertility preservation, facilitate rapid access to fertility services
• improve NHS provision and funding


Membership is both multidisciplinary and multi-professional (including haematologists, oncologists, endometriosis surgeons)

The SIG currently has 150 members. Meetings are open to non-BFS members and all contributors are welcome.


Patient information:

Guidelines in development

  • Fertility preservation in endometriosis
  • Fertility preservation in transgender care

NHS funding for fertility preservation

Fertility Preservation
Ephia Yasmin
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