Fertility Preservation


Journal of Clinical Research and Bioethics  is an peer-reviewed, open-access scholarly journal focused on publishing articles in all aspects of academic journal and aims to publish most complete and reliable source of information on the discoveries and current developments in the mode of original articles, review articles, case reports, short communications, etc. in all areas of the field and making them freely available through online without any restrictions or any other subscriptions to researchers worldwide.

Fertility preservation has emerged over the last decade as a topic that young cancer patients want addressed. With guidelines from medical societies instructing physicians to act on behalf of their patients’ future fertility, the emergence of new options that provide hope to a greater number of patients, and new medical management plans that connect physician services across disciplinary boundaries, the field of oncofertility can address these patients’ needs. The global oncofertility community faces immediate challenges of access and affordability, which must be addressed in order to reduce or eliminate disparities based on finances or geo-political concerns. Future work to eliminate the off-target effects of cancer treatment will one day reduce the need for this field, which would be the best outcome for all.

Fertility preservation is a dynamic field in which patient needs are continuously evolving, thereby accelerating the need for solutions from integrated teams. We will best serve patients in need of fertility and endocrine preservation by using new communication strategies that improve the awareness and understanding of all key stakeholders, through innovative tools, basic science collaboration, global partnerships, and sister organizations with thoughtful and intentional dialogue. As more patients seek and undergo fertility preservation, we are also at the precipice of big data on outcomes. The need for patient registries has been hotly debated in the oncofertility domain. Physicians badly need data to guide practice management plans, and efforts have been made to develop registries. For example, the FUTuRE (Fertility Understand Through Registry and Evaluation) team has established the first Australasian Oncofertility Registry that collects international data from cancer and fertility centers. Outcomes for this registry include uptake and use of fertility preservation. However, the fragmented nature of the healthcare market, small sample sizes, costs to maintain and mine the data, limited participation among patients and providers, and lack of completeness of self-reported data remain important challenges.288 If these challenges can be addressed, the development and implementation of registries represent an opportunity for the field moving forward.

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