The 7th World Congress of the


November 18-20, 2021 | Brussels, Belgium

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Dear Friends and Colleagues,

We cordially invite you to attend the 7th World Congress of the International Society for Fertility Preservation (ISFP), which will take place in Brussels, Belgium, November 18-20, 2021.

During the last decade, Fertility Preservation has gained an important role in medicine and clinical patient care and is now at the forefront of medical and basic research in reproduction.

Fertility Preservation engages multidisciplinary fields of reproductive medicine, oncology, hematology, embryology, andrology, ovarian testis and gametes research, toxicology, psychology and includes not only scientific researchers and physicians, but also social workers and nurses. All in a united effort to improve the quality of life of young cancer survivors, as well as the quality of life of other patients seeking to postpone reproduction due to medical or non- medical conditions. As such, the demand for Fertility Preservation has dramatically increased.

The aims of this congress are to present and discuss important topics in the field such as advances in ovarian cortex transplantation, assessment of ovarian reserve, endometriosis, in vitro follicle growth maturation and artificial ovaries, medical protecting from chemotherapy, oocyte and embryo vitrification, reimplantation of ovarian tissue and many more cutting-edge topics.

There will be an opportunity for all to share protocols and clinical knowledge; to find areas for future multidisciplinary scientific research and clinical collaboration; to spread education and to facilitate Fertility Preservation awareness.

Like all such congresses, we need to cover out expenses, which, as you can imagine, are high for a meeting of this calibre. Therefore, we are asking for your company’s support as a sponsor and/or exhibitor. We will partner with you to design a tailor-made package in accordance to your strategy and budget.

We look forward to welcoming you in Brussels at our 7th Congress.

Prof. Marie-Madeleine Dolmans

ISFP President

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Jacques Donnez, Board of European Directors
Claus Andersen, Board of European Directors
Pedro Barri, Board of European Directors
Antonio Pellicer, Board of European Directors
Michael Von Wolff, Board of European Directors
Hamish Wallace, Board of European Directors
Herman Tournaye, Local Scientific Committee
Michel Devos, Local Scientific Committee
Michelle Nisolle, Local Scientific Committee
Isabelle Demeestere, Local Scientific Committee
Christiani Amorim, Local Scientific Committee

Main Topics

• Cryopreservation and Reimplantation of ovarian tissue

• Oocyte and embryo freezing

• Organizing fertility preservation services and ethics

• Social, age related Fertility Preservation

• The effects of chemotherapy on the gametes – Mechanism and protection

• Searching for cancer cells in the ovaries

• Stem cells and in-vitro gametes growth (follicles and spermatagonia)

• Endometriosis and Fibroids – surgical management and fertility preservation options

• Breast cancer and reproductive considerations

• Fertility preservation in Gyneco-oncology

• Fertility preservation in males and prepubescent boys

• Fertility Preservation and Transgender Health

• Preimplantation Genetic Disease screening for cancer

ISFP Mission

The International Society for Fertility Preservation is founded upon the guiding principles of integrity and diversity of all international societies. Its role is leading and promoting progress in fertility preservation by international cooperation and collaboration. The ISFP is dedicated to scientific innovation and advances in medical care in the field of fertility preservation.

The ISFP will endeavor to 1) facilitate networking between scientists and clinicians worldwide; 2) advocate patient rights and educate the public as well as medical professionals; 3) share current knowledge and new discoveries through the ISFP website, the ISFP World Congress, and various workshops; 4) promote multidisciplinary collaborative research; 5) develop a consensus and guidelines on fertility preservation; and 6) serve and unite communities.