Fertility and Pregnancy: Pre- and Post- Treatment Options
Learn how several types of breast cancer treatments can affect fertility. Understand your fertility status and options for pregnancy after treatment. Discover the types of specialists involved in fertility and pregnancy after a breast cancer diagnosis.
- The role of fertility planning in the decision-making process when newly diagnosed
- Determining your fertility status and options for pregnancy after treatment
- The types of specialists involved in fertility and pregnancy after a breast cancer diagnosis
About Our Speaker
Elizabeth S. Ginsburg, MD, is medical director of the assisted reproductive technologies program at Brigham and Women's Hospital and a staff physician at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. Dr. Ginsburg has 17 years of experience with in-vitro fertilization, and she has published extensively on predictors of IVF success. More than a decade years ago, she became interested in fertility issues in people with cancer and survivors and has been actively involved in research on these topics. She also has a research background in the study of menopause. Her clinical practice now includes women newly diagnosed with breast cancer as well as people years from treatment who have fertility and hormone deficiency concerns.