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Fertility Preservation in People Treated for Cancer: Summary Slide Set


Description

This slide show summarizes the American Society of Clinical Oncology's recommendations on fertility preservation in people treated for cancer.

This slideshow contains 50 slides and is organized into the following sections:

  • Introduction
  • Guideline methodology
  • Background
  • Guideline questions
    1. Are cancer patients interested in interventions to preserve fertility?
    2. What is the quality of evidence supporting current and forthcoming options for preservation of fertility in males?
    3. What is the quality of evidence supporting current and forthcoming options for preservation of fertility in females?
    4. What is the role of the oncologist in advising patients about fertility preservation options?
  • Conclusions
  • Resources for patients
Links to the Tool:
This tool is available at: http://www.asco.org/sites/www.asco.org/files/fertility_slides_5.28.08.pdf (If you don't have the software to open this PDF, download free Adobe Acrobat ReaderĀ® software External Web Site Policy.)

Developer

American Society of Clinical Oncology

Funding Sources

American Society of Clinical Oncology


QualityTool Topic

guideline-related


Links to National Guideline Clearinghouse or National Quality Measures Clearinghouse:

This tool is derived from the following guideline in the National Guideline Clearinghouse (NGC): American Society of Clinical Oncology recommendations on fertility preservation in cancer patients:
http://www.guideline.gov/summary/summary.aspx?doc_id=9382&nbr=005028

History

  • Release Date: 05/2006
  • Original Summary: 07/2007
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Last updated: April 10, 2013.