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USC Fertility Fellow Presents at ASRM

Presenting important oncofertility research at ASRM

USC Fertility is home to some of the nation’s leading experts in fertility preservation. Jacqueline Ho, M.D., a third-year fellow at our Los Angeles fertility center, has a strong clinical interest in fertility preservation for men and women who have been diagnosed with cancer. Dr. Ho will present research about family-building in cancer patients during an oral presentation on Tuesday,

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Breast Cancer and Fertility Treatment

Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Breast cancer and fertility treatment

Thanks to effective treatment, as well as highly visible campaigns reminding women to perform breast self-exams and get annual mammograms, deaths from breast cancer are on the decline. Our Los Angeles fertility specialists get a lot of questions about breast cancer and fertility treatment, and we think that Breast Cancer Awareness Month is a great time to talk about breast health through the lens of fertility care.

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Breast Cancer Awareness Advice from a Survivor: “Live Like You’re Going to Have a Long, Happy Life.”

Wendi Davenport learned she had Stage 2 breast cancer that had spread to the lymph nodes.

She also learned that she could take steps to protect her chances for having children after cancer treatment. Wendi’s surgical oncologist informed her of options that she didn’t know existed—freezing eggs and/or embryos and placing her ovaries into a temporary menopausal state.

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Breast Cancer Awareness

Fertility specialists raise awareness about breast exams and breast cancer detection

The team at USC Fertility encourages women to stay healthy in all aspects of their lives. This month, we spotlight breast exams and breast cancer detection. One in eight women will develop breast cancer in the U.S. With these chances, early detection is key to surviving.

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