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1. All of the following methods are currently used to obtain sperm from post pubertal males prior to treatment for cancer except:

  • a) Masturbation with ejaculation into a sterile cup in the clinic
  • b) Post-ejaculate urinalysis to collect sperm from retrograde ejaculation
  • c) Vibratory stimulation or electroejaculation
  • d) Culture of biopsied testicular tissue with re-implantation after treatment

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2. Which healthcare provider should lead the reproductive health discussion?
  • a) Medical Doctor
  • b) Mental health professionals
  • c) Nurse
  • d) All of the Above

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3. What is considered the most challenging aspect of cancer treatment for many AYAs?
  • a) not being able to perform daily tasks
  • b) missing school or work
  • c) body changes
  • d) having parents by the bedside

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4. All of the following should be discussed with pediatric cancer survivors as they enter puberty and into survivorship except?
  • a) sexual health
  • b) body image
  • c) romantic relationships  and friendships
  • d) academic achievements

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5. The best contraceptive method(s) to decrease both the risks of unintended pregnancy and Sexually Transmitted Infection include(s):
  • a) Male condoms
  • b) Long Acting Reversible Contraception (LARC)
  • c) Male condom and LARC*
  • d) Oral contraceptives

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6. Which of the following are important factors to consider when assessing fertility preservation treatment options for AYA females?
  • a) Patient’s Age
  • b) Type of cancer
  • c) Time available for FP prior to initiation of treatment
  • d) All of the above options are correct
  • e) Availability of male partner

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7. Which of the following is an approved (non- experimental) treatment to improve future fertility for pre-pubertal females with cancer?
  • a) Ovarian tissue freezing
  • b) Ovarian stimulation with egg or embryo freezing
  • c) GnRH agonist treatment during chemotherapy
  • d) Oral contraception pills during chemotherapy

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8. Which of the following are family building options post-cancer treatment?
  • a) Natural conception
  • b) Use of banked sperm for intrauterine insemination (IUI) or in vitro fertilization (IVF)
  • c) Adoption
  • d) Surgical sperm retrieval from the testis or epididymis
  • e) All of the above

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9. What is typically identified as the greatest supportive care need among AYA patients with cancer?
  • a) Information about survivorship
  • b) Support from peers and maintaining relationships
  • c) Pain management
  • d) Occupational counseling

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10. Which of the following was identified as the most influential when promoting psychosocial adjustment, recovery and improved progress among AYA cancer patients?
  • a) Using peers to shield self from others
  • b) Satisfying friendships
  • c) Physical activity
  • d) Social media

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11. Secondary testicular failure is caused by pathology affecting:
  • a) Sertoli cells of the testes
  • b) Hypothalamic-pituitary axis
  • c) Leydig cells of the testes
  • d) Thymic-adrenal axis

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12. For females, Tanner Stage IV means which of the following?
  • a) A girl has a sparse growth of slightly pigmented pubic hair along the labia
  • b) For most girls, menstruation has begun
  • c) A girl has only 25% of her oocytes remaining
  • d) A girl is ovulating regularly, pubic hair is filled in and the breasts are developed fully for the body

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13. Why is it important to ask a patient their pronouns?
  • a) To build rapport and provide whole patient care
  • b) For accuracy in billing
  • c) To not make assumptions based on appearance
  • d) Both a and c
  • e) Both a and b

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14. What is most important to focus on when talking with LGBTQIA AYAs about contraception?
  • a) Preventing pregnancy
  • b) Protecting from Sexually Transmitted Infections
  • c) Knowing the type of sexual activities they are engaged in and which body parts are used
  • d) Preventing transmission of chemotherapy medications through bodily fluids

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15. Why are LGBTQIA AYAs at higher risk for some physical and emotional health challenges?
  • a) They are at the same risk as their cisgender and heterosexual peers.
  • b) Due to their sexual orientation and gender identity.
  • c) Due to stigma, discrimination and homophobia.
  • d) b and c

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16. What are some of the ways LGBTQIA AYAs may differ from cisgender, heterosexual peers?
  • a) Family may not affirm their identity
  • b) May lack social support
  • c) Increased level of risk for some physical and/or mental health diagnoses
  • d) All of the above

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17. Are the same referrals for peer and professional support equally beneficial to all AYA cancer survivors regardless of sexual orientation and gender identity?
  • a) No, because LGBTQIA AYA cancer survivors face some different
  • b) challenges.
  • c) No, because some spaces may not be safe for LGBTQIA AYAs.
  • d) Yes, because being LGBTQIA doesn’t make people any different during a cancer experience.
  • e) a and b

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18. What makes educational materials about fertility relevant to LGBTQIA patients?
  • a) Images that reflect diverse gender expressions.
  • b) Using inclusive language such as “preserving genetic material”
  • c) Primary focus on non-biological family building such as adoption.
  • d) Noting that sperm and egg donation are options
  • e) a and b
  • f) c and d

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