If you are diagnosed with cancer at an early age, you may have concerns about the effects it could have on your fertility. This is a concern for both men and women, and every cancer patient's risk for infertility is different and depends on many factors.
The good news is that in most cases, men and women facing cancer can still become parents thanks to fertility preservation options. We are pleased to offer the most advanced treatments for fertility preservation and restoration available today through our Cancer Fertility Preservation Program. Led by Daniel Rychilik, MD, Medical Director of Infertility and Reproductive Endocrinology at Scottsdale Healthcare, this program gives cancer patients the ability to protect their fertility before their treatment. Dr. Rychlik and his team will help you understand how your cancer affects your risk of infertility and assist you and your oncologist in deciding which options are best for you prior to your treatment.
Whether you are ready to become a parent in the near future or further down the road, this program provides you the option, so you can fight your cancer without the worry of losing your ability to have the family you desire.
Infertility and Reproductive Endocrinology
Daniel Rychlik, MD, Medical Director
A native of Chicago, Dr. Rychlik has been successfully growing families since moving to Arizona in 2003. Board-certified in infertility and reproductive endocrinology by the America Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Dr. Rychlik completed his fellowship in infertility and reproductive endocrinology at the prestigious University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine.
In addition to his role at Scottsdale Healthcare, Dr. Rychlik is President and Medical Director of Fertility Centers of Arizona (FCA) and serves on numerous professional organizations.