Fertility After Treatment
A Webinar presented by Chai Lifeline Canada and Small Wonders
In early October, Chai Lifeline Canada, in collaboration with Small Wonders, presented “Fertility After Treatment”. Through discussion of medical, religious and emotional aspects, we aimed to offer hope for the future fertility options for families whose children who have been through cancer treatment. By bringing together a panel of experts from different fields, it was a unique opportunity to access options and resources.
The online presentation was recorded and we are pleased to make it available here in it’s entirety to watch the video or listen to the audio recording below.
Introducing the Fertility After Treatment Panelists
Dr Aimee Baron, MD, FAAP
Dr. Aimee Baron is the Founder and Executive Director of I Was Supposed to Have a Baby. Dr. Baron was formerly the Director of Innovation and Growth at Nechama Comfort, and has also worked as an attending pediatrician at the Newborn Nursery and Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital.
Dr. Batsheva Lerner Maslow, MD, MSCTR, FACOG
Dr. Bat-Sheva Lerner Maslow is a reproductive endocrinology and infertility specialist. Dr. Maslow writes and lectures on topics related to the intersection of Jewish law and reproduction. She serves as the Director of medical education for Nishmat’s North American Yoatzot Halacha Fellowship Program.
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Rabbi Gideon Weitzman
Rabbi Gideon Weitzman is the Director of the Puah Institute in the US and the Head of the English Speaking Section of the Puah Institute for Fertility and Medicine in Accordance with Halacha in Israel.
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Moderator: Rachel Tuchman
Rachel Tuchman is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor who has worked with individuals going through difficult life circumstances including women experiencing infertility. Currently, she offers services in her Cedarhurst, NY office for kids and teens ages 5-18, adults, and women experiencing infertility, pregnancy loss and post hysterectomy.