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Ethics for Lunch: Ethical Issues Related to Fertility Preservation in Oncology Care

In person and online presentation and discussion of clinical cases focusing on the ethical issues related to fertility preservation in oncology care.

Lunch will be provided for those choosing to attend in person at CUIMC, HSC 301 (Hammer Health Sciences Center, Room 301)

Online attendance is also available via Zoom.


Liz Blackler, MBE, LCSW-R, Program Manager for the Ethics Committee and a Clinical Ethics Consultant, Memorial Sloan Kettering

Liz Blackler is the Program Manager for the Ethics Committee at Memorial Sloan Kettering. She is an experienced Clinical Ethics Consultant with a Master of Science in Bioethics from Albert Einstein College of Medicine-Benjamin Cardozo School of Law and a Master of Science in Social Work from Columbia University. Her clinical interests involve working with staff to enhance end-of-life communication and decision-making and navigate conflicts and ethical concerns that can arise around the end of life, including the use of life-sustaining therapies. Her academic focus is on bioethics education and training of clinical staff.