• PART I OVERVIEW ON PREGNANCY IN CANCER SURVIVORS AND FERTILITY PRESERVATION OPTIONS
Chapter 1 Epidemiology and General Considerations of Pregnancy Following Cancer Diagnosis
Chapter 2 Safety and Challenges of Pregnancy in Women with History of Endocrine-sensitive Breast Cancer
Chapter 3 Pregnancy After Gynecological Cancer
Chapter 4 Overview of Fertility Preservation Approaches in Cancer Patients
Chapter 5 Fertility Preservation in Women with Hematological Cancers
• PART II CHALLENGES AND SOLUTION TO FERTILITY PRESERVATION IN WOMEN WITH CANCER
Chapter 6 Organizational Strategies to Overcome Barriers to Addressing Fertility Preservation in the Oncology Setting
Chapter 7 Impact of Systemic Anticancer Therapy on Fertility
Chapter 8 Fertility Counselling in Routine Practice: Why, When and How?
Chapter 9 Challenges in Fertility Counselling of Cancer Patients: A Developing Nation Perspective
• PART III CONTROVERSIAL TOPICS IN FERTILITY COUNSELING OF BREAST CANCER PATIENTS
Chapter 10 Ovarian Stimulation in Women with Breast Cancer
Chapter 11 Role of GnRH Agonists for Fertility Preservation in Breast Cancer
Chapter 12 Fertility and Pregnancy Counselling of Breast Cancer Patients with BRCA Mutation.
This book, written by global experts in the field, provides a thorough overview on fertility and pregnancy challenges and solutions in women who are being or have been treated for cancer. The book addresses several topics, including pregnancy outcomes after a cancer diagnosis, the impacts of systemic anticancer therapy on fertility, the essentials of fertility preservation approaches in cancer patients, and fertility counseling. This is in addition to controversial topics like the role of ovarian stimulation in breast cancer patients, fertility preservation in cancer patients with BRCA mutation and the evolving role of GnRH analogues. Within this context, key open questions are discussed with reference to the latest evidence. The aim is to provide clinicians with a reliable resource that documents the most up-to-date knowledge on the feasibility and safety of the different approaches to fertility preservation and on the management of female cancer patients who would like to preserve fertility and achieve a pregnancy following their treatment.
• Discusses fertility preservation challenges and solutions in patients with a range of cancer types
• Provides practical knowledge on fertility counseling, preservation, and treatment in daily practice
• Written by global experts in the field