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Help review a new website aimed at assisting women with breast cancer make fertility decisions

Researchers at the Royal Women’s Hospital and the University of Melbourne are developing a website to help women diagnosed with breast cancer make decisions about fertility preservation treatments that may increase their chances of having a baby after cancer.

They are looking for women who have been through cancer treatment to review the website and provide feedback on whether the information is useful and easy to read.

Who can take part?

Individuals that have been:

  • Diagnosed with early stage breast cancer between 6 months and 5 years ago.
  • Aged between 18 and 40 when diagnosed.
  • Interested in finding out more about fertility and/or fertility preservation treatments at the time of diagnosis.

To express interest in reviewing the website or to find out more, please visit: