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Talks on ‘Future of reproductive health’ held at IICT

Talks on ‘Future of reproductive health’ held at IICT
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Talks on progress, challenges and ‘Future of reproductive health’ were held on day two of the ongoing World Congress on Reproductive Health at Indian...

Hyderabad: Talks on progress, challenges and ‘Future of reproductive health’ were held on day two of the ongoing World Congress on Reproductive Health at Indian Institute of Chemical Technology (IICT) in Hyderabad on Saturday. Experts from different health organisations and institutions across India gathered to exchange knowledge on reproductive health, and review advancements.

Austrian German expert, Mettler L Kiel of University Clinis Schleswig-Holstein, Germany, specialist in reproductive health, who is also the author of over 600 publications and several books, spoke about practices related to Endoscopy and Laparatomy.

Lauding the delegates for their in-depth reviews and researches, Prof. Kiel said she was “impressed with the meeting as it is an interesting basis for exchange of knowledge related to Molecular, cellular, transplantation and other aspects in the field of reproductive health.”

Delivering his talk, Turkish expert Dr. Mete Isikoglu pointed out that “five per cent of general population and seven percent of infertile population suffers with congenital uterine abnormalities”, and spoke at length on conditions and statistics related to miscarriage of pregnancy while Paul Fogarty, Penang Medical College, Penang, Malaysia spoke at length on premature Ovarian failure

Prof GP Talwar, Chairman – Talwar Research Foundation, Prof NK Lohiya, ISSRF President, Dr PP Reddy, M Rajalakshmi, Head of academic division at Medical Council of India (New Delhi), and others were also present. Earlier, distinguished participants were presented mementos for their achievements and contributions in the field of reproductive health.

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