||Cryopreserve either the egg or embryo prior to chemotherapy and radiation therapy for cervical, ovarian, uterine cancer.
||Embryo and/or egg cryopreservation following controlled ovarian stimulation is currently the fertility preservation method of choice.
||Cryopreserve either ovarian tissue prior to chemotherapy and radiation therapy for cancers that affect the blood and lymph nodes.
||Since egg and sperm collection may not be possible before puberty, ovary and testicular tissue are collected through surgery and preserved.
||Egg and embryo freezing, ovarian tissue freezing, ovarian transposition and ovarian suppression may be done prior to chemotherapy and radiation to preserve fertility.
||Chemotherapy and radiation therapy can affect the quality of the sperm which can lead to infertility. Therefore, sperm cryopreservation is recommended prior to medical treatments.