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ISFP Board Statement on Fertility Preservation During COVID-19 Pandemic
The world is today in the midst of humanitarian health crisis due to the coronavirus pandemic outbreak. Among the restrictive measures to contain the spreading of this very contagious virus, the ASRM’s COVID-19 task force and ESHRE recommended halting non- emergency IVF cycles and non-emergency surgeries. Many clinics worldwide are following these recommendations. However, fertility preservation treatments prior to gonadotoxic protocols are considered emergency and therefore can still be offered. We at ISFP are very committed in supporting both patient’s desire to safeguard their future fertility and health provider’s desire to help. It is in this spirit that our network of international cooperation will be capable to help (please contact any of the board members) in locating practices that are able to offer fertility preservation services. This statement will be updated as soon as new guidelines will become available.
The ISFP Board Members.
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