Oncofertility: Beyond Biological Motherhood, Towards Reproductive Justice

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Is Childlessness Really Another Side Effect of Cancer?

The emphasis on biological motherhood in the field of oncofertility masks at least two societal forces contributing to the cancer/infertility equation.

First, the conditions in which people live and work are are already linked to cancers and adverse effects on women’s . . . → Read More: Oncofertility: Beyond Biological Motherhood, Towards Reproductive Justice – 3

Oncofertility: Beyond Biological Motherhood, Towards Reproductive Justice

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Rethinking Normative Expectations

As professionals, we have to balance our responsibility to care, inform and research for safer fertility treatments while respecting women’s choices that may at times go against dominant models of womanhood. In doing so, it is crucial to acknowledge several problems stemming from norms about reproduction . . . → Read More: Oncofertility: Beyond Biological Motherhood, Towards Reproductive Justice – 2

Oncofertility: Beyond Biological Motherhood, Towards Reproductive Justice

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Cancer and cancer treatments can have a huge impact on women’s sexual and reproductive health. Yet, when I started my research on breast cancer and social inequality in Spain a decade ago this issue was hardly being addressed in international scholarly debates or in clinical settings. Several of the . . . → Read More: Oncofertility: Beyond Biological Motherhood, Towards Reproductive Justice