Cancer and HIV are tough, but they no longer mean that you can never be a parent. If you’re currently undergoing treatment for cancer, there are new ways of preserving your fertility for later, when your body has healed. If your fertility has already been compromised by chemotherapy or surgery you can still have children through adoption, donation or surrogacy.
If you are HIV positive, there are plenty of options as well. With the right course of medication and careful blood and sperm testing, it may even be possible for you to have a child with your own DNA, without risking the health of your partner or surrogate.
Whatever your health concerns, we’ll help you evaluate your options and choose the path to parenthood that is right for you.