I agree with what everyone already wrote. I also just think at a basic level that the idea of creating a forum for a specific discussion dedicated to fertility preservation elevates the importance of the conversation and provides a space for a family to really think about the risks to fertility and the available options. During the extremely stressful initial phase of new diagnosis and amount of information family’s are processing about the disease, treatments, procedures, impact on daily living, and the high level of emotion that comes with each of these factors (which can also impact information processing and decision making), unless there is a dedicated space for it, fertility preservation conversations can get lost or discounted. The idea of really creating a space for a conversation is so important to allows for a family to process the information, learn about options, and be comfortable with decisions made so that years later, they don’t regret not having had the time to really understand it.

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