Gwendolyn Quinn Discusses Fertility Concerns in Childhood Cancer Survivors

September 21, 2015
Gwendolyn Quinn, PhD

Gwendolyn Quinn, PhD, from Moffitt Cancer Center and professor of oncologic sciences at the University of South Florida College of Medicine, discusses fertility concerns among survivors of childhood cancer.

Gwendolyn Quinn, PhD, from Moffitt Cancer Center and professor of oncologic sciences at the University of South Florida College of Medicine, discusses fertility concerns among survivors of childhood cancer.

Fertility and reproductive health is the most important quality of life concern in survivors of adolescent and young adult cancer, Quinn says.

Over the past decade, several national organizations have issued guidelines urging oncology care providers to discuss potential threats of fertility with their patients and refer them to specialists.