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World Congress on Fertility Preservation

Simon Basten

Serono Symposia International Foundation

21 July 2009

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World Congress on Fertility Preservation

Brussels, Belgium
December 10-12, 2009

The increasing successes of oncologic treatments make implementation of procedures aimed at preserving fertility even more crucial. These procedures must not be limited to preserving and restoring fertility in patients undergoing therapies, but also be applied to any cases where the reproductive function is threatened. The aim of this conference is to offer an updated review of fertility preservation techniques that are currently available as well as those under evaluation. This Symposium will involve members of the International Society for Fertility Preservation (ISFP) and world experts in the objective of developing a network among health care professionals interested in this challenging field.
After attending this conference, the participants will have an updated knowledge on:
- How to approach fertility preservation in adult and children; 
- The impact of cancer treatment on gonads; 
- Cryopreservation techniques; 
- Other most recent laboratory procedures used in fertility preservation; 
- Advantages and disadvantages of fertility preservation strategies using gonadic cells, tissues and whole organs.

For more information and/or registration please visit the Serono Symposia International Foundation website

http://www.seronosymposia.org/en/ReproductiveMedicineEndocrinology/Symposia/worldcongressonfertilitypreservation/page.html

http://www.seronosymposia.org/en/ReproductiveMedicineEndocrinology/Symposia/worldcongressonfertilitypreservation/page.html

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