Our goal at the Center for Assisted Reproduction (CARE Fertility) is to provide comprehensive medical care for the treatment of infertile couples. Treating infertility is an important focus. However, taking steps to preserve fertility for patients is just as imperative to the physicians at CARE Fertility. With advanced cancer therapies available, many patients are successfully treated, and live a normal life span. However, the fact still remains that some cancer therapies may greatly decrease or eliminate a patients chance of having children after surviving cancer. The Center for Assisted Reproduction has several options available to provide the opportunity of parenthood for patients after they undergo chemotherapy, radiation, and/or other treatments that could permanently devastate their ability to reproduce.