Every year in the U.S., approximately 1.5M people are diagnosed with cancer. Almost 10% of these new diagnoses occur in people who are 45 years old or under. Many of these 150,000 people have not yet had children, have not completed their families, or, in fact, are still children themselves. For these patients, preserving their fertility and protecting their parenthood options is an important part of their survivorship and life after cancer.
Everlasting Hope worked closing with the Alliance for Fertility Preservation during its legislative efforts. We strongly feel they are a great source of information as you begin your cancer treatments while preserving your fertility.