Exploring fertility challenges after chemotherapy
Dr. Kaajal Abrol and Jenny Lorito, a past Power of Hope recipient were interviewed on Canada AM.
The Fertile Future Power of Hope Cost Reduction Program is a charitable subsidy provided to qualified young cancer patients whose fertility is threatened by cancer treatments.
Fertile Future, a Canadian national charity that provides fertility preservation information and support services to cancer patients and oncology professionals, is highly supportive of Ontario’s move to provide IVF funding to individuals struggling with infertility. Many questions remain surrounding the details of the funding, particularly what kind of coverage will be given to individuals diagnosed with cancer. Cancer patients have a very small window of opportunity in which to preserve their fertility prior to cancer treatment.
Ontario’s support for IVF positive news for cancer patients – Keeping the Hope Alive
On a warm summer afternoon, set against the picturesque backdrop of tall palm trees, fringed lawns and the plush gardens of the Parker Palm Springs, in Palm Springs, Calif., Heidi Bonnell and her husband Joe Galimberti sit in a white hammock holding their newborn twin sons; both parents beaming with joy as a photographer captures every moment – including a moment that almost didn’t happen.