FCancer™ and The Oncofertility Consortium® have partnered to address the complex healthcare and quality of life issues that concern young cancer patients, their caregivers and healthcare providers today. Our goal is to educate people whose fertility may be threatened by their disease or it’s treatment about fertility preservation and to provide emotional support and education to expand current knowledge, clinical practice and training for a wide spectrum of issues to empower people to TAKE CHARGE of their fertility.


Birth of Take Charge


2006 Oncofertility

Teresa K. Woodruff, Ph.D. coins the term “oncofertility” and founds the Oncofertility Consortium. This NIH funded initiative represents a network of medical specialists, scientists and scholars who are exploring the relationships between health, disease, survivorship and fertility preservation in young cancer patients.



Urgent Unmet Need

85.4% Percent of AYA Patients Surviving 5 Years

Survival rates among young cancer patients have steadily increased. Today, men, women and children can look forward to life after cancer, yet many may face the possibility of infertility as a result of the disease itself or these lifesaving treatments.



In 2015, Yael Cohen Braun and Julie Greenbaum announced the merger of their two entities, FCancer and F*ck Cancer, to form one unified non-profit. FCancer, a 501 (c)3 nonprofit and registered Canadian charity, is dedicated to early detection, prevention and providing support to those affected by cancer.



The Oncofertility Consortium and FCancer team up to create the Take Charge Campaign.  Our goal is to create awareness around Oncofertility, help start conversations about fertility and support fertility preservation for cancer patients. Together we aim to provide reproductive health education for all and to empower people to Take Charge of their fertility.