Tag Archive: Fertility

My Breast Cancer Story

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Click here to watch video  I really enjoyed the experience of live streaming a talk on my experience of breast cancer for the GE Healthcare Breast Cancer Mosaic. The video is a bit… Continue reading

Determining fertility after cancer

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As soon as I had finished the last of my cancer treatment, I was anxious to get some tests done to see what damage had been done to my reproductive system and what… Continue reading

From Cancer to Motherhood

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Today’s guest post is a subject very close to my heart. Special thanks to Dr Sonja Kristiansen MD, a board certified Reproductive Endocrinologist Infertility (REI) specialist, for providing us with her expert advice.… Continue reading

Fertility hope after cancer

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Scientists have found a way to awaken dormant ovarian follicles, possibly making more eggs available for reproduction during a woman’s lifespan – more eggs would significantly raise the odds of older or infertile… Continue reading

Fertility concerns of young women with breast cancer

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“A Web-based Survey of Fertility Issues in Young Women with Breast Cancer” is the title of a 2004 study, admittedly nearly 5 years old, but I know still as relevant today to younger women… Continue reading

Supporting women with breast cancer conference

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A day-long free national conference entitled ‘Supporting women with breast cancer’ will take place this coming Saturday, 25th April in Croke Park Conference Centre, Dublin 1, for women who have had a breast cancer diagnosis… Continue reading

Young women with cancer being rushed into treatment decisions

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At a meeting last year of a working group of young survivors of breast cancer who came from all over Europe, I was struck by the similarities of our experiences. It seems that the… Continue reading