We are actively engaged in research to improve reproductive health and fertility in cancer survivors.

What We Do

1 in 47 girls and young women will develop cancer by age 40. More than ever, young adults are surviving cancer and can look forward to the future. Cancer treatment can affect the health of young survivors, who face issues from fertility concerns to early menopause.

Right now there is limited information to help young survivors, their families and their healthcare providers navigate these complex issues.

Our research group at UC San Diego Moores Cancer Center has innovative studies to help young cancer survivors improve their health and the quality of survivorship care.

Our Mission

01.Provide meaningful information on women’s health issues for young people who have faced cancer or cancer treatment.
02.Conduct high quality clinical and behavioral research for young cancer survivors on survivorship care.
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