The reproductive medicine revolution

New findings in the controversial research field of reproductive medicine will be presented to 4,000 leading fertility experts at the annual international conference of the European Society of Human Reproduction & Embryology (ESHRE).

Presentations include:

  • advances in preimplantation diagnosis: new ways to prevent illness
  • surprising new results about possible causes of cancer of the womb
  • how a certain infertility condition may predict an early menopause
  • new concerns about the use of some types of HRT in women with breast cancer
  • a novel keyhole technique for surgery of the womb
  • how new laser techniques are aiding IVF
  • new findings on paternal mitochondrial DNA
  • how a mouse might become a 'nursery' for human ovarian tissue
  • good news for women who have problems conceiving a second child
  • what is the 'gold standard' treatment in cases of unexplained infertility
  • when should couples be refused IVF
  • how best to help overweight women become fertile
  • assisted reproductive techniques and distress -- how changes to reproductive technology could improve quality of life

These are just a few examples of the stories from the conference.

The media are welcome at all sessions. Registration is free. Press office facilities and support will be available. Early registration is recommended due to pressure on hotel accommodation. The official conference language is English.


Contact: Margaret Willson
European Society for Human Reproduction and Embryology

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