ESHRE announces its campus workshop: 'Artificial Insemination: An Update'

December 10, 2009

Here some of the new research findings that fertility experts from in and outside of Europe will announce: Reproductive medicine is one of today's most exciting scientific and clinical areas. Every month brings announcements of research developments, medical 'firsts', new rulings by regulatory bodies, or ethical controversies - often sparking a heated debate among practitioners in the field themselves, as well as ethicists, legislators, the media and the public. ESHRE's activities provide the media with the opportunity to hear the latest research news and interview the experts. All sessions are open to the media.

ESHRE is pleased to offer access to this workshop to bona fide journalists in possession of a recognized press card or a commissioning letter on headed paper from the publication they are working for. Registration is free of charge. Journalists are required to observe embargoes as indicated either by ESHRE staff or by the date/time of the presented session. Please observe ESHRE's media policy: http://www.eshre.com/ ESHRE_media_policy_annual_meeting.pdf

The official language of the course is English. For a detailed program please visit: http://www.eshre.com/page.aspx/723

For this course due to time restrictions you can only register onsite.
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Hanna Hanssen
ESHRE Communications Manager
Fax: +32 (0)2 269 56 00
Tel: +32 (0)2 269 09 69
Email: hanna@eshre.com

For more information visit the ESHRE website: www.eshre.com

European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology

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