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Study to Improve Survivorship Care Related to Fertility and Family-building After Cancer
The goal of this research is to explore how a patient decision aid tool (website) given to patients prior to their survivorship care visits, may impact patient-provider communication about fertility and family-building after cancer; and assess the impact of using the tool on patient reported outcomes. The overall purpose of this research is to improve survivorship care by establishing a multi-disciplinary approach to managing cancer and fertility issues and prompt early referral to supportive and medical care resources.
Stanford is currently not accepting patients for this trial.
- Behavioral: Online decision aid tool
- completed cancer treatment at least 6-months prior, excluding long-term adjuvant or
- report an interest in discussing fertility/family-building with a provider
- understands verbal and written English
- access to the Internet and use of a computer, tablet, or smartphone
- has a scheduled cancer survivorship visit within the study time frame
- Prior hospitalization for a mental disorder or history of psychosis
Note: Survivors on adjuvant maintenance or endocrine treatment, such as tamoxifen, will not
be excluded because clinical guidelines allow treatment delay or hiatus to accommodate
Ages Eligible for Study
18 Years - 45 Years
Genders Eligible for Study