The Division of Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility at UNC provides the full range of treatment opportunities for reproductive age women and men who are about to undergo treatments that threaten future fertility.
Our team consists of four fellowship trained Reproductive Endocrinologists, caring nurses that specialize in fertility treatments, oncologists who have expertise in all types of cancer, and psychologists with extensive experience in reproductive issues.
UNC Fertility Preservation Program is proud to be a member of:
- Fertile Hope's Sharing Hope Program. This is a national, non-profit organization that provides fertility preservation medications at a discounted charge for female and male patients that qualify for their program. UNC Fertility Preservation program is proud to be a member of their Sharing Hope program to provide fertility preservation services at a discount.
- National Physician's Cooperative. UNC is one of a group of leading medical centers that are collaborating as a national, interdisciplinary initiative to explore the reproductive future of cancer survivors.
Overview of Fertility Preservation at UNC
UNC's Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility clinic is a nationally renowned program, providing a full range of evaluation and treatment options. For more information about our general infertility clinic, please see our website(www.UNCfertility.org).
UNC's Fertility Preservation Program is designed to provide state-of-the-art options for reproductive-aged men or women who are about to begin treatments that may threaten their chance for future child-bearing.
We are proud to be a preferred provider with Fertile Hope, a national, nonprofit organization dedicated to providing reproductive information, support and financial support to cancer patients and survivors whose medical treatments present the risk of infertility. Through this association, we are providing Fertility Preservation treatments and medications at a discount for qualifying men and women.
In addition. UNC's Fertility Preservation Program is one of a handful of academic centers around the country in the National Physician's Cooperative, which is a national, interdisciplinary initiative designed to explore the reproductive future of cancer survivors through basic science and translational research.