Medicine has made huge progress over the past decades. That is the case for oncology, the medical science dedicated to fighting cancer. That is also true for reproductive medicine. Neither of these disciplines would have been able to improve their results to such an extent without permanent and far-reaching scientific research. Both depend on solid investigation – often of a purely experimental nature – to achieve new breakthroughs.Experimental research also plays a crucial role in the area of fertility-sparing procedures after cancer treatment. We are conducting research, among other things, into cryopreservation methods and transplantation techniques for ovarian and prepubertal testicular tissue. This should help us improve both the feasibility and the safety of these techniques.If you want to support this research, please go to Friend for new life.