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News

2020

Sheffield Children's Hospital collaboration - 3 February 2020

Sheffield Children's Hospital offers young cancer patients chance to be parents in future - Sheffield Telegraph

Tissue is retrieved in Sheffield and then cryopreserved and stored in Oxford, helping children and young people receiving cancer treatment in Sheffield, Leeds, Nottingham and Leicester.

2018

ITV News

Future Fertility Fund film - Oxford Hospitals Charity

Anna, a young patient, talks with her parents to ITV News about benefiting from this service.

2015

Nathan's story - 23 December 2015

Nathan Crawford, a brain tumour patient, was the first boy in the UK to have testicular tissue cryopreserved. This was performed at OCTB. His ground-breaking story was widely covered by the media.

Nine-year-old brain tumour patient has testicular tissue frozen

Nine-year-old boy has testicular tissue frozen - BBC News