Sanford Women’s Oncofertility

Sanford Women’s Oncofertility

Sanford Women’s Oncofertility helps women preserve fertility before and during cancer therapy. Cancer and cancer therapies often effect fertility. Planning for a family after cancer can begin as soon as your cancer diagnosis is made – and we can help you choose the most appropriate method to protect and preserve fertility. While starting cancer therapy is often urgent, most patients are able to take steps within two weeks after diagnosis to preserve fertility. Our experienced specialists are part of the Oncofertility Consortium – the leading research and advocate for preserving fertility for life after cancer.

What is the Oncofertility Consortium?

The National Oncofertility Consortium provides leading research and advocacy to address how cancer and cancer therapy effects fertility. They work to ensure patients and physicians are aware of the effects cancer has on fertility and provide methods to preserve fertility before and during cancer therapy.

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Keith Hansen, M.D. Reproductive Endocrinology

Dr. Hansen is a leading OB/GYN and reproductive endocrinologist. He specializes in Oncofertility to help patients preserve fertility for life after cancer. He is a member of the Oncofertility Consortium, directs Sanford Women’s Health Research Center, and chairs the OB/GYN department at Sanford School of Medicine, USD.

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