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Fertility Preservation - 'Technique & Technology' - upcoming conference dates will announced soon.

Welcome to the Fertilitypreservation India

Certain diseases and their treatment (mainly cancer but also some other autoimmune and idiopathic conditions) are associated with a high risk of the male or female patient losing their ability to father or mother a child i.e. their fertility. Timely counselling and intervention can provide these individuals an opportunity to preserve their fertility while they undergo treatment for the above conditions.

Fertility Preservation Society of India is the first ever initiative by professional experts from India to promote science and practice of fertility preservation. The mission of the society is to increase awareness and educate reproductive medicine specialists, oncologists, gynaecologists, urologists, embryologists and the lay public about fertility preservation.

Aims and Objectives:

  1. To promote the science and practice of fertility preservation in India.
  2. To create awareness among the medical fraternity about the advantages of fertility preservation.
  3. To hold conferences, meetings and discussions for dissemination of scientific information and advances in treatment in this field.
  4. To create awareness in society in general and amongst cancer patients and cancer survivors specifically, of the possibility of preserving their reproductive potential.
  5. To hold public awareness lectures to spread information on fertility preservation.
  6. To associate with and help form cancer support group in association with existing NGO's working in this area.
  7. To publish a scientific bulletin twice a year giving scientific information.
  8. To promote multidisciplinary collaborative research.
  9. To facilitate networking with doctors working in this field nationally and internationally.
  10. To develop guidelines on fertility preservation for Indian patients based on International guidelines, adapted to the Indian situation.
  11. To advocate patient rights.

Fertility Preservation for Cancer Patients


(1)------- Teresa K. Woodruff, Ph.D. Vice Chair for Research Department of Northwestern University Obstetrics and Gynecology

Thank you very much for the invitation to be apart of this great meeting! It is wonderful to be around such a large group of committed individuals. Many memories of good science and good conversation. Please consider having the Fertility Preservation Society of India become a global member of the Oncofertility Consortium. We would very much benefit from discussions with you it may be useful for us to understand the experiences in India to ensure that we are making appropriate provisions for the American Indian population.

(2)------- From Dr.Meirow

A very successful meeting. Good science, good discussion. FPS(I) must work with ISFP to promote oncofertility.