What can we do for you?

For the Oncofertility team and the Centrum voor Reproductieve Geneeskunde (CRG or Centre for Reproductive Medicine) at UZ Brussel fertility is part of everyone's quality of life.
That is why we want to use our expertise – together with other health care workers involved in your cancer treatment – to try to safeguard your fertility throughout your cancer treatment.

What is oncofertility? | What is gonadal toxicity? | Cancer and heredity


Cancer treatment is about to start

When you have been diagnosed with cancer it is often of crucial importance to start the cancer treatment as soon as possible. As a result, the available time for fertility preservation is limited. If you have been diagnosed with cancer or if you are starting chemotherapy or radiotherapy in the near future, you should contact us as soon as possible.  

Cancer treatment has started

Even if your cancer treatment has started, a number of approaches may be considered to safeguard your fertility.  

Cancer treatment has ended

Just a few months after the end of cancer treatment the Oncofertility team at CRG can test how your fertility was affected.  And what if you would like to have children in the future?

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Fertility experts from the CRG UZ Brussel have succeeded in developing a pregnancy by in vitro maturation of immature eggs obtained from an removed ovary. A healthy baby was born as a result.