The Reproductive Health After Cancer Diagnosis and Treatment [REACT] Study is improving our understanding of the unmet care needs across multiple life domains (e.g. fertility, sexual health, body esteem, relationships) facing adults younger than age 50 years after a cancer diagnosis.

What are the most important areas that remain unaddressed to support the population of patients diagnosed with an early-onset cancer? 

The REACT Study is a unique resource to investigate research questions related to fertility and sexual health, as well as other crucial factors related to cancer survivTHRIVorship--specific to the population of adults age 18 to 49 years at cancer diagnosis.

Partnered with patients and organizations, we are working to develop new strategies for reproductive health care assessment and support. Your involvement is making a difference in the lives of future adults of reproductive age diagnosed with cancer!