Register Now: Sydney Oncofertility Symposium

23 May 2017

What is OncoFertility?

Oncofertility is a subfield that bridges oncology and reproductive services to explore and expand options for the reproductive future of cancer patients. Fertility preservation and oncofertility care have become increasingly important for paediatric cancer survivors and cancer patients of a reproductive age (15-45 years of age).

We are pleased to offer this free symposium (program below) jointly funded by the Translational Cancer Research Network and the Kids Cancer Alliance on oncofertility care.

This symposium is open to health care professionals and scientists working across paediatric, AYA and adult health in oncology, haematology, radiation oncology, bone marrow transplant medicine, fertility or andrology medicine, who would like an update on current fertility preservation techniques. Also covered in the symposium will be the best methods of implementing age appropriate medical and psychological oncofertility services, and information on the latest oncofertility research studies.

We are pleased to have Professor Teresa Woodruff give two plenary lectures.

Further details can be found on the Future Fertility website

Registrations are open now. 

Event: 31 August, Lecture Theatre, Royal Hospital for Women