Cancer or cancer treatment can sometimes affect an individual’s ability to have a baby. The effects of cancer on fertility are dependent on a variety of factors like the type of cancer you have, your age, gender, and your cancer treatment. If you are facing cancer and want to become a parent we can help.

The staff of Advanced Fertility can provide you with options to help protect your fertility before  (and sometimes during) treatment. Sperm, egg and embryo cryopreservation (freezing) along with third party fertility (donors and surrogates) are all methods that can help you have a baby.

Moreover, we’re committed to making your treatment as inexpensive as possible. We have several programs to get you the necessary medications at no charge, charge only our minimal cycle fee ($2500) and do NOT charge for storage of eggs, embryos or sperm for cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy!